Mich. Comp. Laws § 500.3817. Medicare select policies and certificates; definitions; requirements for issuance; plan of operation; filing, format, and contents; proposed changes; updated list of network providers; payment for covered services not available through network providers; disclosure; receipt of information; grievance procedure; report; availability of comparable or lesser benefits; continuation of coverage; requests for data by state or federal agencies: Medicare Supplement Policies And Certificates – Michigan

Status: Enacted
Year Enacted: 1992
Year Amended: 2006
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At the request of an individual insured under a medicare select policy or certificate, a medicare select insurer shall make available to the individual insured the opportunity to purchase a medicare supplement policy or certificate offered by the insurer that has comparable or lesser benefits and that does not contain a restricted network provision. The insurer shall make the policies or certificates available without requiring evidence of insurability after the medicare supplement policy or certificate has been in force for 6 months.

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