A health plan must indicate in the certificate of coverage that enrollees have a right to a second medical opinion according to items A to C.
A health plan must provide, at its expense, a second medical opinion within the health plan upon enrollee request.
According to Minnesota Statutes, section 62D.103, a health plan is required to provide a second medical opinion by a qualified nonparticipating provider when it determines that an enrollee's chemical dependency or mental health problem does not require structured treatment.
11 SR 1107; 16 SR 1086
October 16, 2013