02-031 C.M.R. ch. 765, § 7 - REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

1. Carriers with health insurance plans covering Maine residents shall promptly provide any information requested by the Superintendent regarding an existing or potential public health emergency, including claims information.
2. Carriers offering health insurance plans in Maine shall file reports meeting the requirements of Section 6 within 30 days after the effective date of this Rule. Reports shall be verified by the oath of the officer designated in Section 6, subsection 1 of this Rule and by one other principal officer of the carrier. Updated reports shall be provided to the Superintendent within 72 hours after a request made to address an existing or potential public health emergency. Business continuity plans shall be held by the Superintendent as confidential information in the same manner as insurers' business plans. If the insurer considers any other information that it files pursuant to this Rule to be confidential pursuant to Maine law, the insurer shall file a request for protection from disclosure, identifying with particularity the information the insurer considers to be confidential and the reasons the insurer believes the information filed is not a public record within the meaning of the Maine Freedom of Access Law, 1 M.R.S.A. §§401 et seq.
3. The Superintendent may, but is not required to, exempt carriers with fewer than 500 insured lives in Maine from the reporting requirements of this Rule.

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02-031 C.M.R. ch. 765, § 7

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