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Chapter 33  |  Article 33 - 26B  |  Section 13

1 - DEFINITIONS

2 - INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

3 - LICENSING, FEES AND TAXATION OF

3A - STATE OF ENTRY FOR FOREIGN INS

4 - GENERAL PROVISIONS

4A - ALL-PAYER CLAIMS DATABASE

5 - ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURES OF

6 - THE INSURANCE POLICY

6A - CANCELLATION OR NONRENEWAL OF

6B - DECLINATION OF AUTOMOBILE LIAB

6C - GUARANTEED LOSS RATIOS AS APPL

6D - MOTOR VEHICLE REPAIR AND REPLA

6F - DISCLOSURE OF NONPUBLIC PERSON

7 - ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

8 - INVESTMENTS

8A - USE OF CLEARING CORPORATIONS A

9 - ADMINISTRATION OF DEPOSITS

10 - REHABILITATION AND LIQUIDATIO

11 - UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICES

11A - INSURANCE SALES CONSUMER PRO

12 - INSURANCE PRODUCERS AND SOLIC

12A - CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS BE

12B - ADJUSTERS

12C - SURPLUS LINE

13 - LIFE INSURANCE

13A - VARIABLE CONTRACTS

13B - CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITIES

13C - VIATICAL SETTLEMENTS ACT

14 - GROUP LIFE INSURANCE

15 - ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURAN

15A - WEST VIRGINIA LONG-TERM CARE

15B - UNIFORM HEALTH CARE ADMINIST

15C - DIABETES INSURANCE

15D - INDIVIDUAL LIMITED HEALTH BE

15E - DISCOUNT MEDICAL PLAN ORGANI

16 - GROUP ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS I

16A - GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE CONVE

16B - ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS RATES

16C - EMPLOYER GROUP ACCIDENT AND

16D - MARKETING AND RATE PRACTICES

16E - CONTRACEPTIVE COVERAGE

16F - GROUP LIMITED HEALTH BENEFIT

16G - WEST VIRGINIA HEALTH BENEFIT

16H - REVIEW OF ADVERSE DETERMINAT

17 - FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE

17A - PROPERTY INSURANCE DECLINATI

18 - CASUALTY INSURANCE

19 - SURETY INSURANCE

20 - RATES AND RATING ORGANIZATION

20A - WEST VIRGINIA ESSENTIAL INSU

20B - RATES AND MALPRACTICE INSURA

20C - CANCELLATION OR NONRENEWAL O

20D - TAIL INSURANCE

20E - WEST VIRGINIA MEDICAL PROFES

20F - PHYSICIANS' MUTUAL INSURANCE

21 - RECIPROCAL INSURERS

22 - FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANC

23 - FRATERNAL BENEFIT SOCIETIES

24 - HOSPITAL SERVICE CORPORATIONS

25 - HEALTH CARE CORPORATIONS

25A - HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZAT

25B - FEDERAL INSURANCE SUBSIDY FO

25C - HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZAT

25D - PREPAID LIMITED HEALTH SERVI

25E - PATIENTS' EYE CARE ACT

25F - COVERAGE FOR PATIENT COST OF

25G - PROVIDER SPONSORED NETWORKS

26 - WEST VIRGINIA GUARANTY ASSOCI

26A - WEST VIRGINIA LIFE AND HEALT

27 - INSURANCE HOLDING COMPANY SYS

28 - INDIVIDUAL ACCIDENT AND SICKN

29 - LIFE AND ACCIDENT AND SICKNES

30 - MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE

31 - CAPTIVE INSURANCE

31A - SPONSORED CAPTIVE INSURANCE

32 - RISK RETENTION ACT

33 - ANNUAL AUDITED FINANCIAL REPO

34 - ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISION

34A - STANDARDS AND COMMISSIONER'S

35 - CRIMINAL SANCTIONS FOR FAILUR

36 - BUSINESS TRANSACTED WITH PROD

37 - MANAGING GENERAL AGENTS

38 - REINSURANCE INTERMEDIARY ACT

39 - DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL TRANSA

40 - RISK-BASED CAPITAL (RBC) FOR

41 - PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITY

42 - WOMEN'S ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE

43 - INSURANCE TAX PROCEDURES ACT

44 - UNAUTHORIZED INSURERS ACT

45 - ETHICS AND FAIRNESS IN INSURE

46 - THIRD-PARTY ADMINISTRATOR ACT

46A - PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYER ORGANI

47 - INTERSTATE INSURANCE PRODUCT

48 - MODEL HEALTH PLAN FOR UNINSUR

WVC 33 - CHAPTER 33. INSURANCE.
WVC 33 - 26 B- ARTICLE 26B. WEST VIRGINIA HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION GUARANTY ASSOCIATION.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 1 §33-26B-1. Short title.

This article shall be known and may be cited as the "West Virginia Health Maintenance Organization Guaranty Association Act."

WVC 33 - 26 B- 2 §33-26B-2. Purpose.

The purpose of this article is to protect, subject to certain limitations, covered individuals against the failure or inability of a health maintenance organization to perform its contractual obligations due to its insolvency.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 3 §33-26B-3. Scope.

This article shall provide prospective coverage for any individual resident of this state who is entitled to receive health care services under a policy, certificate or contract, other than one purchased under this state's medicaid program, which has been issued by a health maintenance organization possessing a valid certificate of authority issued by the commissioner pursuant to article twenty-five-a of this chapter.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 4 §33-26B-4. Construction.

This article shall be liberally construed to effect its purpose as set forth in section two of this article, which shall constitute an aid and guide to its interpretation.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 5 §33-26B-5. Definitions.

(a) As used in this article:

(1) "Association" means the West Virginia health maintenance organization guaranty association created by section six of this article.

(2) "Board of directors" means the board of directors of the association, formed pursuant to section seven of this article.

(3) "Commissioner" means the commissioner of insurance or his designee.

(4) "Contractual obligation(s)" means any and all obligations to covered individuals under a covered health care policy.

(5) "Covered health care policy" means any policy, certificate or contract issued by a health maintenance organization for health care services.

(6) "Covered individual" means a subscriber, enrollee or member of an insolvent health maintenance organization who is a resident of this state, but shall not include an individual enrolled in such health maintenance organization under this state's medicaid program.

(7) "Date of insolvency" means the date upon which an order of liquidation is entered by a court of competent jurisdiction, even if such order has not become final by the exhaustion of appellate reviews, or if the health maintenance organization is incorporated in another state, the date upon which the commissioner enters an order revoking the health maintenance organization's certificate ofauthority as described in subdivision (9) of this subsection.

(8) "Health maintenance organization" means a health maintenance organization possessing a valid certificate of authority issued by the commissioner pursuant to article twenty-five-a of this chapter, but shall not include any health maintenance organization with one hundred percent of its enrollees participating in the health maintenance organization under this state's medicaid program or any health maintenance organization which is not required, as a condition of being allowed to transact business as a health maintenance organization in this state, to maintain at least two million dollars of either surplus or of surplus and fully paid in capital stock.

(9) "Insolvent health maintenance organization" or "insolvent" means a health maintenance organization against which an order of liquidation has been entered by a court of competent jurisdiction, even if such order has not become final by the exhaustion of appellate reviews, or a health maintenance organization which is incorporated in another state and which has had its certificate of authority revoked by an order of the commissioner containing a finding by the commissioner that the health maintenance organization either is no longer financially responsible and may reasonably be expected to be unable to meet its obligations to its enrollees, or is in a hazardous financial condition.

(10) "Person" means any individual, corporation, partnership, association, or voluntary organization, or any other legal entity.

(b) Words and phrases which are not defined in this section, but are defined in article twenty-five-a of this chapter, shall have the meanings established in that article unless the context in which a word or phrase appears clearly requires otherwise.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 6 §33-26B-6. Creation of association.

There is created a nonprofit legal entity to be known as the West Virginia health maintenance organization guaranty association. All health maintenance organizations shall be and must remain members of the association as a condition of the continuation of their certificates of authority to transact business in this state as health maintenance organizations. The association shall perform its functions under the plan of operation to be established and approved pursuant to the provisions of section ten of this article and shall exercise its powers through a board of directors to be established and approved pursuant to the provisions of section seven of this article. The association shall come under the immediate supervision of the commissioner.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 7 §33-26B-7. Board of directors.

(a) The board of directors of the association shall consist of not less than five nor more than nine individuals serving terms as established in the plan of operation. The members of the board of directors shall be selected by a vote of the health maintenance organizations, subject to the approval of the commissioner, with each health maintenance organization being entitled to one vote. Vacancies on the board of directors shall be filled for the remaining period of the term in the same manner as initial appointments.

(b) To allow for the selection the original board of directors and the organization of the association, the commissioner shall give notice to all health maintenance organizations of the time and place of an organizational meeting. If the health maintenance organizations have not selected a suitable board of directors within sixty days following the organizational meeting, the commissioner may appoint the initial members of the board of directors.

(c) In approving or appointing members to the board of directors, the commissioner shall consider, among other things, whether all health maintenance organizations are fairly represented.

(d) Members of the board of directors may be reimbursed from the assets of the association for reasonable expenses incurred by them as members of the board of directors, but shall not otherwisebe compensated by the association for their services.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 8 §33-26B-8. Powers and duties of the association.

(a) Upon being notified by the commissioner that a health maintenance organization is insolvent, the association, with the approval of the commissioner, shall appoint one or more health maintenance organizations to enroll covered individuals.

(1) Except as otherwise provided in this article, a health maintenance organization operating in a given service area shall be appointed to enroll covered individuals within that service area. If more than one health maintenance organization is operating in a given service area, the association shall allocate the covered individuals within that service area among those health maintenance organizations. The ratio of covered individuals allocated to each health maintenance organization shall approximate the ratio of that health maintenance organization's subscribers in the service area to the total number of health maintenance organization subscribers in the service area. In computing the latter ratio, the association shall use the most recent membership data filed with the commissioner by the health maintenance organizations and shall exclude from the computation all covered individuals.

(2) If no health maintenance organization is operating within a given service area, the association shall appoint to enroll covered individuals within that service area the health maintenance organization(s) that it deems best suited to provide health care services to those individuals. In determining which health maintenance organization(s) are best suited, the association shallconsider the health care delivery systems and financial resources of all candidate health maintenance organizations.

(3) A health maintenance organization appointed by the association shall enroll covered individuals under its own contract containing terms which are, in the opinion of the association, comparable to those which were extended to the covered individuals by the insolvent health maintenance organization. The rate for said contract shall be determined by the health maintenance organization's rate methodology for the contract. In selecting a contract of the appointed health maintenance organization to be used to provide services to covered individuals, the association shall consider the services, benefits, and exclusions under the contract.

(4) A health maintenance organization appointed by the association shall not exclude from coverage a preexisting condition which was not excluded under the covered individual's policy with the insolvent health maintenance organization.

(5) Except as specifically provided elsewhere in this section, a health maintenance organization appointed by the association may not terminate the coverage of a covered individual for any reason other than:

(A) Nonpayment of premiums;

(B) Attainment of medicare or medicaid eligibility;

(C) Nonresidency in the service area;

(D) Fraud;

(E) Termination of eligibility.

(6) If the association appoints a health maintenance organization to enroll covered individuals residing in a service area in which the health maintenance organization is not currently functioning, the association, at the request of the health maintenance organization and with the approval of the commissioner, shall transfer to the health maintenance organization some or all of the contracts existing between the insolvent health maintenance organization and providers or other participating entities. Such transfers shall be prospective only, and the health maintenance organization receiving the contract shall not be subject to liability, of any type whatsoever, which is based upon the contract and arose before its transfer.

(7) The liability of a health maintenance organization appointed to enroll covered individuals under this subsection shall be based only upon the policy issued by the health maintenance organization, as limited by this article. In no event shall the health maintenance organization be subject to liability, of any kind whatsoever, that is based upon the covered policy issued by the insolvent health maintenance organization or upon a statement, act or omission of the insolvent health maintenance organization. The liability of the health maintenance organization shall be strictly limited by the terms of its contract with the covered individual and shall not include any liability for any amount or obligation in excess of the applicable limits of coverage forcontractually covered matters, and as limited by the terms of this article.

(8) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a covered individual shall not be entitled to convert or renew a contract which has been issued by a health maintenance organization pursuant to this subsection unless the health maintenance organization, in its discretion, agrees to the conversion or renewal.

(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of this article, coverage provided to a covered individual under this section shall terminate when the value of the benefits provided to the covered individual exceeds one hundred thousand dollars. If the value of the benefits is less than this amount, coverage nonetheless shall terminate one year from the insolvent health maintenance organization's date of insolvency or upon the expiration of the policy issued by the insolvent health maintenance organization, whichever is earlier, but in no event prior to one hundred and eighty days from the insolvent health maintenance organization's date of insolvency. When the value of the benefits provided do not exceed one hundred thousand dollars, no covered individual may be terminated under the provisions of this subsection if, at the time such coverage could otherwise be terminated:

(1) The individual is undergoing treatment for an acute injury which occurred while the individual was covered, in which case coverage shall last until such treatment is completed, but shall belimited to such treatment; or

(2) The individual is undergoing treatment for an acute illness which was diagnosed while the individual was covered, in which case coverage shall continue until such treatment is completed, but shall be limited to such treatment; or

(3) The individual is undergoing a course of inpatient treatment which began while the individual was covered, in which case coverage shall continue until such treatment is completed, but shall be limited to such treatment.

(c) If the association fails to appoint a health maintenance organization to enroll a covered individual within a reasonable period of time, the commissioner, in his or her discretion, may appoint a health maintenance organization on behalf of the association.

(d) At the request of a covered individual, the association shall defend any suit brought against that covered individual contrary to the provisions of section seven-a, article twenty-five-a of this chapter. If the association prevails in such a suit, it shall be entitled to recover its costs and attorney's fees from the plaintiff.

(e) The association shall render assistance and advice to the commissioner, upon his or her request, in any deliberation, proceeding, inquiry or presentation which concerns an insolvent health maintenance organization.

(f) The association shall have standing to appear before anycourt which has jurisdiction over an insolvent health maintenance organization. Such standing shall extend to all matters germane to the powers and duties of the association including, but not limited to, the liquidation of the health maintenance organization, and the determination or transfer of the contractual obligations, assets or liabilities of the health maintenance organization.

(g) In addition to exercising such other powers as may be granted or implied elsewhere in this article, the association may:

(1) Enter into contracts or perform such other actions as are necessary and appropriate to carry out its duties under this article;

(2) Take any legal actions as are necessary and appropriate including, but not limited to, actions for the recovery of any unpaid assessments made under section nine of this article;

(3) Borrow money as necessary to effectuate the purposes of this article and issue evidence of such indebtedness, which if not in default, shall be treated as legal investments for domestic insurers or health maintenance organizations and may be carried by a domestic insurer or health maintenance organization as an admitted asset;

(4) Employ or retain such persons to handle the financial transactions of the association and to perform such other functions as become necessary or appropriate; and

(5) Negotiate and contract with any liquidator, conservator, or ancillary receiver of an insolvent health maintenanceorganization.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 9 §33-26B-9. Assessments.

(a) For the purpose of providing the funds necessary for the association to carry out its duties under this article, the initial assessment of health maintenance organizations shall be as follows:

(1) Each health maintenance organization possessing a valid certificate of authority issued by the commissioner on or before the effective date of this article shall pay an initial assessment of five thousand dollars.

(2) Prior to and as a condition of first receiving a certificate of authority from the commissioner after the effective date of this article, a health maintenance organization shall pay an initial assessment of five thousand dollars.

(b) To obtain funds to pay administrative expenses, including, but not limited to, legal costs, the association may make additional assessments. The association shall make only such assessments as are necessary to pay expenses or debts which have been incurred by the association, or are reasonably foreseeable. Assessments shall be based on the annual earned premium revenue for nonmedicare and nonmedicaid contracts allocated to West Virginia in the preceding calendar year unless the association, in its discretion, substitutes such other amount that more accurately reflects a health maintenance organization's current activity within this state. The rate used to compute the assessment shall be the same for all health maintenance organizations.

(c) Assessments shall be made by issuing written notice of theassessment to the health maintenance organizations, and shall be due thirty days after the issuance of such written notice. Assessments which are not paid when due shall accrue interest at a reasonable rate to be set by the association, subject to the approval of the commissioner.

(d) With the approval of the commissioner, the association may abate or defer, in whole or in part, the assessment of a health maintenance organization if, in the opinion of the association, immediate payment of the assessment would materially impair the health maintenance organization's ability to fulfill its contractual obligations. The amount by which an assessment is abated or deferred may be assessed against the other health maintenance organizations in addition to all other assessments called for by this section.

(e) The association may, by an equitable method established in its plan of operation, refund to health maintenance organizations all or part of an assessment which the association determines is unnecessary to carry out its duties. Refunds shall be proportional to the amounts actually paid by the health maintenance organizations to satisfy the assessment.

(f) It shall be proper for any health maintenance organization, in determining its premium rates, to consider the amount reasonably necessary to meet its assessment obligations under this article.

(g) The association shall issue to each health maintenanceorganization paying an assessment under this article a certificate of contribution for the amount paid. All outstanding certificates shall be of equal dignity and priority without reference to amounts or dates of issue. For purposes of determining the financial condition of the health maintenance organization, a certificate of contribution shall be treated as an asset of such form, amount and duration as the commissioner may prescribe.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 10 §33-26B-10. Plan of operation.

(a) The association shall submit to the commissioner a proposed plan of operation and all subsequent amendments thereto to assure the equitable, efficient administration of the association. The proposed plan of operation and any amendments thereto shall become effective upon approval by the commissioner.

(b) If the association fails to submit a suitable proposed plan of operation within one hundred and eighty days following the effective date of this article, or if at any time thereafter, the association fails to submit suitable amendments to the plan of operation within a reasonable time, the commissioner, after notice and hearing, shall promulgate by order such plan provisions as he deems necessary or appropriate. Plan provisions promulgated by the commissioner shall continue in force until modified by the commissioner or superseded by a plan or amendments thereto which has been submitted by the association and approved by the commissioner.

(c) All health maintenance organizations shall comply with the plan of operation.

(d) In addition to such requirements as are set forth elsewhere in this article, the plan of operation shall:

(1) Establish procedures for handling the assets of the association;

(2) Establish the amount and method of reimbursing members of the board of directors for reasonable expenses;

(3) Provide for regular meetings of the board of directors and establish methods by which meetings of the board of directors may be conducted, including, but not limited to, telephone conferences;

(4) Establish procedures for keeping records of all financial transactions of the association, its agents, and the board of directors;

(5) Establish criteria for board members, and procedures for selecting board members and submitting such selections to the commissioner;

(6) Establish procedures for making assessments under this article;

(7) Contain additional provisions necessary for the exercise of the association's powers and the fulfillment of the association's duties.

(e) The plan of operation may provide that any or all powers of the association, except those set forth in subsection (f), section eight of this article, and in subdivision (2), subsection (g), section eight of this article, and in section nine of this article, may be delegated to an administrator, which may be a corporation, association, or other organization, and which performs or will perform functions similar to those of the association, or its equivalent. Such a delegation shall take effect only with the approval of the commissioner, who may revoke such delegation at any time. The administrator shall be reimbursed for any payments it makes on behalf of the association and shall be paid for theservices it renders to the association. The delegation of powers to an administrator shall not absolve the association of any duty imposed upon it by this article.

(f) If the plan of operation provides for the delegation of powers to an administrator, the association shall select an administrator, with the approval of the commissioner. The selection of an administrator shall be exempt from the competitive bidding process which may apply to certain state agencies. The association shall evaluate potential administrators based upon reasonable criteria, which shall include, but not be limited to:

(1) The administrator's proven ability to manage large group health insurance plans or health maintenance organizations;

(2) The efficiency of the administrator's procedures;

(3) An estimate of the administrator's charges for services rendered to the association.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 11 §33-26B-11. Powers and duties of the commissioner.

(a) The commissioner may suspend or revoke, after notice and hearing, the certificate of authority of a health maintenance organization for:

(1) Failure to pay an assessment when due; or

(2) Failure to comply with the plan of operation; or

(3) Failure either timely to comply with or timely to appeal its appointment under section eight of this article.

(b) Any action of the board of directors may be appealed to the commissioner by any health maintenance organization within thirty days of the action. The resulting action or order of the commissioner shall be subject to judicial review in a court of competent jurisdiction.

(c) The commissioner may require the association to notify the enrollees of an insolvent health maintenance organization, and any other interested parties, of the determination of insolvency and of their rights under this article. Such notification shall be by mail at their last known addresses, or by publication in a newspaper of general circulation, if sufficient information for notification by mail is not available.

(d) Powers of the commissioner established in this section are in addition to those granted or implied elsewhere in this chapter, and this section shall not be construed to diminish or eliminate those other powers.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 12 §33-26B-12. Records.

The association shall keep records of all meetings of the board of directors and of all transactions by which the association or its representatives carry out its duties. All records shall be made available to the commissioner upon his or her request.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 13 §33-26B-13. Annual report of the association.

The association shall be subject to examination and regulation by the commissioner. The board of directors shall submit to the commissioner, not later than the first day of May of each year and in a form approved by the commissioner, a financial report for the preceding calendar year and a report of its activities during the preceding calendar year.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 14 §33-26B-14. Tax exemptions.

The association shall be exempt from payment of all fees and all taxes levied by this state or any of its subdivisions except ad valorem taxes.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 15 §33-26B-15. Immunity.

There shall be no liability on the part of and no cause of action of any nature shall arise against the association, members of the board of directors, the commissioner, or the representatives, agents or employees of the aforementioned persons for statements made or actions taken or not taken in the good faith exercise of their powers under this article, or for the statements, acts or omissions of a health maintenance organization appointed pursuant to section eight of this article or an insolvent health maintenance organization.

WVC 33 - 26 B- 16 §33-26B-16. Prohibited advertisements.

No person shall make, publish, disseminate, circulate or place before the public, or cause, directly or indirectly, to be made, published, disseminated, circulated, or placed before the public, in any newspaper, magazine, or other publication, or in the form of a notice, circular, pamphlet, letter, or poster, or over any radio station or television station, or in any other way, an advertisement, announcement, or statement which uses the existence of the association or of this article for the purpose of soliciting subscriptions to a health maintenance organization: Provided, That this section shall not apply to the association.

Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2013 1st Special Session
The WV Code Online is an unofficial copy of the annotated WV Code, provided as a convenience. It has NOT been edited for publication, and is not in any way official or authoritative.


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