Nev. Admin. Code § 689A.411 - Summary of coverage: Filing, contents and delivery of disclosure
1. Each insurer shall file with the Commissioner, for his or her approval, a disclosure summarizing the coverage provided by a policy of health insurance offered by the insurer.
2. The disclosure must:
(a) Be in at least 10-point type;
(b) Include the name, address and telephone number of the insurance company;
(c) Include the name, address and telephone number of the agent, broker and administrator, if applicable;
(d) Include a statement describing the principal benefits and the type of coverage being provided;
(e) Include a description of any provision of the policy which significantly excludes, eliminates, reduces or in any other manner operates to limit the payment of the benefits;
(f) Include a statement concerning the renewal provisions of the policy; and
(g) Define the term "usual and customary" or any similar term used in the policy.
3. The agent for the insurer, the insurer after a response to a direct-response solicitation or the broker representing the insured shall deliver the approved disclosure summary to the insured as provided in NRS 689A.400.
NRS 679B.130, 689A.390
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