PORTABILITY, AVAILABILITY, AND RENEWABILITY OF HEALTH COVERAGE
420-G:3 Applicability and Scope of Chapter.
I. This chapter shall apply to any entity licensed, controlled or regulated by RSA 415, RSA 415-E, RSA 420-A, RSA 420-B, or RSA 420-C which offers or provides health coverage for delivery in this state. This chapter shall also apply to any multi-employer plan, trust, association, claims administrator, claims paying agent or any other entity whether fully insured, partially insured, or self-funded which offers or provides health coverage for delivery in this state.
(a) This chapter shall not apply to pooled risk management programs which meet the standards established by RSA 5-B.
(b) This chapter shall not apply to student major medical expense coverage, except student major medical expense coverage shall be given credit and shall count as credit for previous health coverage as defined in RSA 420-G:7.
(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, any multiple employer welfare arrangement which meets the requirements of RSA 415-E:2, III shall be exempt from the provisions of this chapter until January 1, 1998.
II. A qualified association trust or other entity, as defined by RSA 420-G:2, XV, shall comply with the requirements stated in RSA 420-G:10.
III. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the provisions of this chapter shall prevail with respect to the subject matter within this chapter.
Source. 1997, 344:1; 344:11. 2002, 207:10. 2010, 188:12, eff. Aug. 20, 2010. 2019, 220:13, eff. Sept. 10, 2019.