(a) The commissioner may use reports submitted by health plan companies, service cooperatives, and the public employee insurance program created in section 43A.316 to compile entity specific administrative efficiency reports; may make these reports available on state agency Web sites, including minnesotahealthinfo.com; and may include information on:
(1) number of covered lives;
(2) covered services;
(3) geographic availability;
(4) whom to contact to obtain current premium rates;
(5) administrative costs, using the definition of administrative costs developed under section 62J.38;
(6) Internet links to information on the health plan, if available; and
(7) any other information about the health plan identified by the commissioner as being useful for employers, consumers, providers, and others in evaluating health plan options.
(b) This section does not apply to a health plan company unless its annual Minnesota premiums exceed $50,000,000 based on the most recent assessment base of the Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association. For purposes of this determination, the premiums of a health plan company include those of its affiliates.