7 AAC 100.314 - Health insurance coverage

(a) For the purpose of determining eligibility under 7 AAC 100.312(a) (2)(A), the department considers a child to have health insurance if that child is covered by
(1) individual health insurance;
(2) governmental or private group health insurance;
(3) a group managed care or preferred-provider health plan;
(4) Medicare;
(5) Medicaid;
(6) TRICARE or another military-sponsored health plan;
(7) a state high-risk insurance pool;
(8) a public health plan established or maintained by a state or local government; or
(9) a health benefit plan under 22 U.S.C. 2504(e) (Peace Corps Act) provided for Peace Corps volunteers.
(b) The following do not constitute health insurance for the purpose of determining eligibility under 7 AAC 100.312(a):
(1) a dental plan, vision plan, or other coverage that is limited to a single type of service;
(2) coverage provided through the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service, or through tribal organizations funded in whole or in part by the Indian Health Service;
(3) workers' compensation;
(4) automobile insurance;
(5) homeowner insurance;
(6) general liability insurance.
(c) A child is insured under (a) of this section regardless of whether the health plan requires cost-sharing of any amount or does not cover a particular illness or procedure the child needs.


7 AAC 100.314
Eff. 7/20/2007, Register 183

Authority:AS 47.05.010

AS 47.07.020

AS 47.07.040

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