211 CMR 66.10 - Connector Seal of Approval Plans

Current through Register 1466, April 1, 2022

(1) A Carrier that actively markets or marketed a Health Benefit Plan subject to M.G.L. c. 176J, and as of the close of the calendar year 2005, had a combined total of 5,000 or more Eligible Employees and Eligible Dependents who were enrolled in Health Benefit Plans sold, issued, delivered, made effective or renewed to qualified small businesses pursuant to its license under M.G.L. chs. 175, 176A, 176B or 176G, must file a Health Benefit Plan with the Connector by the date established by the Connector. Enrollment in closed plans may be included in the total of 5,000.
(2) A Carrier that marketed a Health Benefit Plan subject to M.G.L. c. 176J, and as of the close of any preceding calendar year, has a combined total of 5,000 or more Eligible Individuals, Eligible Employees and Eligible Dependents, who are enrolled in Health Benefit Plans sold, issued, delivered, made effective or renewed to qualified small businesses or Eligible Individual pursuant to its license under M.G.L. chs. 175, 176A, 176B or 176G, must file a Health Benefit Plan with the Connector by October 1st of the calendar year.
(3) Neither an Eligible Individual or Eligible Employee, nor an Eligible Dependent shall be considered to be enrolled in a Health Benefit Plan issued pursuant to the Carrier's authority under M.G.L. chs. 175, 176A or 176B if the Health Benefit Plan is sold, issued, delivered, made effective or renewed to said employee or Eligible Dependent as a supplement to a Health Benefit Plan subject to licensure under M.G.L. c. 176G.

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211 CMR 66.10
Amended by Mass Register Issue 1349, eff. 10/6/2017.

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