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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 21. Insurance
- Chapter 87. Hospital and Medical Service Corporations
- Section 130. Services and Benefits That May Be Provided By Hospital Service Corporations.
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AS 21.87.130. Services and Benefits That May Be Provided By Hospital Service Corporations.
- (a) A hospital service corporation shall have the right to provide to its subscribers part or all of the following
services and benefits only:
- (1) hospital services furnished to the subscriber by participant hospitals;
- (2) indemnity in a reasonable amount with respect to hospital services furnished to the subscriber by nonparticipant
hospitals, but subject to AS 21.87.070
- (3) indemnity in a reasonable amount for other health care services, as defined in AS 21.87.330
- (b) This section does not prohibit the corporation from acting as compensated servicing agent as to health care services
to be provided by a public agency, or under agreements between other parties not solicited by the corporation.
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