Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 87. Hospital and Medical Service Corporations
Section 170. Minimum Service Benefits.
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AS 21.87.170. Minimum Service Benefits.

(a) Each service agreement and subscriber's contract entered into or issued by a service corporation must provide for health care services of a substantial and broad character to be rendered to subscribers on a service basis by participant providers or participant hospitals.

(b) The director may, after a hearing, by regulation establish certain minimums of service benefits to be provided consistent with (a) of this section.

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