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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Chapter 627
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F.S. 627.6489
1627.6489 Disease Management Program.
(1) The association may contract with insurers to provide disease management services for insurers that elect to participate in the association disease management program.
(2) An insurer that elects to contract for such services shall provide the association with all medical records and claims information necessary for the association to effectively manage the services.
(3) Moneys collected by the association for providing disease management services shall be used by the association to pay administrative expenses associated with the disease management program and to reduce any deficits incurred by the association. No funds received at any time by the association as a result of assessments against insurers may be used in connection with the disease management program. No costs related to the disease management program provided to an insurer shall be assessed against any other insurer.
History.s. 6, ch. 97-179; s. 22, ch. 2004-297.
1Note.Section 22, ch. 2004-297, provides that “[u]pon implementation, as defined in s. 627.64872(2), Florida Statutes, and as provided in s. 627.64872(20), Florida Statutes, of the Florida Health Insurance Plan created under s. 627.64872, Florida Statutes, sections 627.6488, 627.6489, 627.649, 627.6492, 627.6494, 627.6496, and 627.6498, Florida Statutes, are repealed.”
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