Mich. Comp. Laws § 550.1401. Offering of health care benefits; limiting benefits; division of benefits into classes or kinds; prohibited conduct; grounds for denial of coverage; coordination of benefits, subrogation, and nonduplication of benefits; health care corporation as party in interest; limiting or denying coverage or participation status; requirements for participation and reimbursement; determination by commissioner; definitions: The Nonprofit Health Care Corporation Reform Act – Michigan

Status: Enacted
Year Enacted: 1980
Year Amended: 2003
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A health care corporation shall not require a member or his or her dependent or an applicant for coverage or his or her dependent to do either of the following: (i) Undergo genetic testing before issuing, renewing, or continuing a health care corporation certificate; or (ii) Disclose whether genetic testing has been conducted or the results of genetic testing or genetic information.

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