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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 21. Insurance
- Chapter 55. State Health Insurance
- Section 100. Types of Insurance Plans.
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AS 21.55.100. Types of Insurance Plans.
- (a) The association shall make available to a person who is eligible for coverage under this chapter at least one
individual state plan of health insurance. The association shall offer a plan with the deductible, copayment, and
calendar year maximum limits as described in AS 21.55.120
and may offer additional deductible, copayment, and calendar year maximum limits as approved by the director.
- (b) The association shall make available to residents who are high risks, eligible for and covered by Medicare, 65 years
of age or older, and eligible under this chapter at least one Medicare supplement plan that meets the minimum policy
standards and minimum benefit standards established by regulations adopted by the director under AS 21.89.060
- (c) The association may not refuse to offer coverage under a state plan to a person who is eligible under this chapter.
The association may not refuse coverage under a state plan to a person who is eligible under this chapter, applies for
coverage, and pays the required premium.
- (d) The association may make available to a person eligible under this chapter coverage through a health maintenance
organization or other managed care arrangement if approved by the director. Deductible, copayment, and calendar year
maximum limits provided through an organization or arrangement are not subject to the limits described in AS 21.55.120
, but the limits must be approved by the director.
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