Nevada Insurance
Sec. § 695I.300
Membership of Board.


1.

The governing authority of the Exchange is the Board, consisting of seven voting members and three ex officio nonvoting members.

2.

Subject to the provisions of subsections 3 to 6, inclusive:

(a)

The Governor shall appoint five voting members of the Board;

(b)

The Senate Majority Leader shall appoint one voting member of the Board; and

(c)

The Speaker of the Assembly shall appoint one voting member of the Board.

3.

Each voting member of the Board must have:

(a)

Expertise in the sale or marketing of individual or small employer health insurance;

(b)

Expertise in health care administration, health care financing, health information technology or health insurance;

(c)

Expertise in the administration of health care delivery systems;

(d)

Experience as a consumer who would benefit from services provided by the Exchange; or

(e)

Experience as a consumer advocate, including, without limitation, experience in consumer outreach and education for those who would benefit from services provided by the Exchange.

4.

When making an appointment pursuant to subsection 2, the Governor, the Majority Leader and the Speaker of the Assembly shall consider the collective expertise and experience of the voting members of the Board and shall attempt to make each appointment so that:

(a)

The areas of expertise and experience described in subsection 3 are collectively represented by the voting members of the Board; and

(b)

The voting members of the Board represent a range and diversity of skills, knowledge, experience and geographic and stakeholder perspectives.

5.

When making an appointment pursuant to subsection 2, the Governor, the Majority Leader and the Speaker of the Assembly shall, as vacancies on the Board occur, ensure that not more than two voting members of the Board represent any particular area of expertise or experience described in paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) of subsection 3.

6.

A voting member of the Board may not be a Legislator or hold any elective office in State Government.

7.

The following are ex officio nonvoting members of the Board who shall assist the voting members of the Board by providing advice and expertise:

(a)

The Director of the Department of Health and Human Services, or his or her designee;

(b)

The Director of the Department of Business and Industry, or his or her designee; and

(c)

The Director of the Office of Finance, or his or her designee.
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