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If a health maintenance organization determines that an enrollee has received health care services that the enrollee is not entitled to receive under the terms of the health maintenance agreement, the organization may not recover an amount above the actual cost of providing the health care service. This section does not apply if the enrollee gave or withheld information to the health maintenance organization with the intent to mislead or misinform the organization as to the enrollee's right to receive the health care services.
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