2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 33 - INSURANCE
CHAPTER 20B - ESSENTIAL RURAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDER ACCESS
§ 33-20B-4 - Termination as a participating provider

O.C.G.A. 33-20B-4 (2010)
33-20B-4. Termination as a participating provider


To deny, reject, or terminate an essential rural health care provider from serving as a participating provider in a health benefit plan, the health care insurer shall:

(1) Inform the essential rural health care provider in writing of the basis for such rejection or termination, including a reference to any specific qualification or standard established by the plan in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations which the provider failed to meet; and

(2) Where possible, afford the essential rural health care provider a reasonable opportunity to cure the deficiency which is the basis for such rejection or termination.

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