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If a health plan company, with the exception of a community integrated service network
or an indemnity insurer licensed under chapter 60A who does not offer a product through a
preferred provider network, offers coverage of a health care service as part of its plan, it may not
deny provider network status to a qualified health care provider type who meets the credentialing
requirements of the health plan company solely because the provider is an allied independent
health care provider as defined in section 62Q.095.
History: 1994 c 625 art 1 s 18; art 2 s 18

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