45 CFR 146.160 - Disclosure of information.
(1) Make a reasonable disclosure to the employer, as part of its solicitation and sales materials, of the availability of information described in paragraph (b) of this section; and
(2) Upon request of the employer, provide that information to the employer.
(1) Provisions of coverage relating to the following:
(i) The issuer's right to change premium rates and the factors that may affect changes in premium rates.
(ii) Renewability of coverage.
(iii) Any preexisting condition exclusion, including use of the alternative method of counting creditable coverage.
(iv) Any affiliation periods applied by HMOs.
(v) The geographic areas served by HMOs.
(2) The benefits and premiums available under all health insurance coverage for which the employer is qualified, under applicable State law. See § 146.150(b) through (f) for allowable limitations on product availability.
(c) Form of information. The information must be described in language that is understandable by the average small employer, with a level of detail that is sufficient to reasonably inform small employers of their rights and obligations under the health insurance coverage. This requirement is satisfied if the issuer provides each of the following with respect to each product offered:
(1) An outline of coverage. For purposes of this section, outline of coverage means a description of benefits in summary form.
(3) The minimum employer contribution and group participation rules that apply to any particular type of coverage.
(4) In the case of a network plan, a map or listing of counties served.
(5) Any other information required by the State.
(d) Exception. An issuer is not required to disclose any information that is proprietary and trade secret information under applicable law.
Title 45 published on 2015-10-01
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