SB 727 – Maryland

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2020

Insurance Law – Application to Direct Primary Care Agreements – Exclusion. Defining a “direct primary care agreement” as a written contract in which a primary care provider agrees to provide certain primary care services to a patient for a certain fee and for a certain period of time and that has certain elements; excluding a direct primary care agreement from certain definitions for the purpose of certain provisions of insurance law; and providing that certain provisions of insurance law do not apply to a direct primary care agreement.

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