Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 86. Health Maintenance Organizations
Section 210. Rehabilitation, Liquidation, or Conservation.
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AS 21.86.210. Rehabilitation, Liquidation, or Conservation.

(a) A rehabilitation, liquidation, or conservation of a health maintenance organization is considered to be a rehabilitation, liquidation, or conservation of an insurer, and shall be conducted under AS 21.78. The director may apply to the superior court for an order directing the rehabilitation, liquidation, or conservation of a health maintenance organization upon one or more of the grounds contained in AS 21.78.040 , 21.78.050, or 21.78.060, or if, in the director's opinion, the continued operation of the organization would be hazardous to either enrollees or to the people of the state.

(b) Enrollees of a health maintenance organization have the same priority in the event of liquidation or rehabilitation as AS 21.78 provides to policyholders of an insurer. A claim made by a health care provider in a liquidation or rehabilitation that pertains to services provided to an enrollee, has the same priority as an enrollee if the provider agrees not to assert the claim against an enrollee and if any payment fully discharges the obligation of the enrollee.

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