Nevada Insurance
Sec. § 687B.700
Participating provider of health care to continue delivery of services if health carrier or intermediary insolvent or ceases operations; billing of covered person; termination of services.


Each contract entered into for the purposes of a network plan between a participating provider of health care and the health carrier must provide that in the event of the insolvency of the health carrier or any applicable intermediary, or in the event of any other cessation of operations of the health carrier or intermediary, the participating provider of health care must continue to deliver health care services covered by the network plan to a covered person without billing the covered person for any amount other than coinsurance, deductibles or copayments, as specifically provided in the evidence of coverage, until the earlier of:

1.

The date of the cancellation of the covered persons coverage under the network plan pursuant to NRS 687B.310, including, without limitation, any extension of coverage provided pursuant to:

(a)

The terms of the contract between the covered person and the health carrier;

(b)

NRS 689A.04036, 689B.0303, 695B.1901, 695C.1691 and 695G.164, as applicable; or

(c)

Any applicable federal law for covered persons who are in an active course of treatment or totally disabled; or

2.

The date on which the contract between the health carrier and the provider of health care would have terminated if the health carrier or intermediary, as applicable, had remained in operation, including, without limitation, any extension of coverage provided pursuant to:

(a)

The terms of the contract between the covered person and the health carrier;

(b)

NRS 689A.04036, 689B.0303, 695B.1901, 695C.1691 and 695G.164, as applicable; or

(c)

Any applicable federal law for covered persons who are in an active course of treatment or totally disabled.
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Nov. 17, 2019