§4233-B. Mandatory offer to extend coverage for dependent children up to 25 years of age
1.Dependent child; definition.
As used in this section, "dependent child" means the child of a person covered under
an individual or group health maintenance organization contract when that child:
A. Is unmarried; [2007, c. 115, §4 (NEW); 2007, c. 115, §5 (AFF).]
B. Has no dependent of the child's own; and [2007, c. 514, §11 (AMD).]
C. Is a resident of this State or is enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited
public or private institution of higher education. [2007, c. 514, §12 (AMD).]
D. [2007, c. 514, §13 (RP).]
2007, c. 514, §§11-13 (AMD)
2.Offer of coverage.
An individual or group health maintenance organization contract that offers coverage for a dependent child shall offer such coverage, at the option of the contract holder, until the dependent child is 25 years
of age. An insurer may require, as a condition of eligibility for coverage in accordance with this section, that a person seeking coverage for a dependent child provide written documentation on an annual basis that
the dependent child meets the requirements in subsection 1.
2007, c. 514, §14 (AMD)
2007, c. 514, §15 (NEW);
MRSA T. 24-A, §4233-B, sub-§3 (RP)
2007, c. 115, §4 (NEW).
2007, c. 115, §5 (AFF).
2007, c. 514, §§11-15 (AMD).
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