Utah Admin. Code R590-167-3 - Applicability and Scope
(1) This rule shall apply to any health benefit plan which:
(a) meets one or more of the conditions set forth in Subsections 31A-30-104(1) and (2);
(b) provides coverage to a covered insured located in this state, without regard to whether the policy or certificate was issued in this state; and
(c) is in effect on or after the effective date of this rule.
(a) If a small employer has employees in more than one state, the provisions of the Act and this rule shall apply to a health benefit plan issued to the small employer if:
(i) the majority of eligible employees of such small employer are employed in this state; or
(ii) if no state contains a majority of the eligible employees of the small employer, the primary business location of the small employer is in this state.
(b) In determining whether the laws of this state or another state apply to a health benefit plan issued to a small employer described in Subsection R590-167-3(2)(a), the provisions of the subsection shall be applied as of the date the health benefit plan was issued to the small employer for the period that the health benefit plan remains in effect.
(c) If a health benefit plan is subject to the Act and this rule, the provisions of the Act and this rule shall apply to all individuals covered under the health benefit plan, whether they reside in this state or in another state.
(3) A carrier that is not operating as a covered carrier in this state may not become subject to the provisions of the Act and this rule solely because an individual or a small employer that was issued a health benefit plan in another state by that carrier moves to this state.
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