2020 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 15 - Probate, Trusts, And Fiduciaries
Article 18.7. Directives Concerning Orders for Scope of Treatment
Section 15-18.7-207. Effect of a behavioral health orders for scope of treatment on life or health insurance.

An insurer may not refuse to insure, refuse to continue to insure, or limit the amount, extent, or kind of coverage available for life insurance, health insurance, or within an annuity to an individual, or charge an individual a different rate for the same coverage, solely because such individual executed a behavioral health orders form or has not executed a behavioral health orders form. With respect to all other conditions, persons who have executed a behavioral health orders form must be subject to the same standards of sound actuarial principles or actual or reasonably anticipated experience as are persons who have not executed a behavioral health orders form.

Source: L. 2019: Entire part added, (HB 19-1044), ch. 60, p. 211, § 2, effective August 2.

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