2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 17B:27B-7 - Access to books, records.

17B:27B-7 Access to books, records.

7. a. The commissioner shall have access to all books and records of a third party administrator for the purposes of examination, audit and inspection. Any trade secrets, proprietary information or the identity and addresses of enrollees contained in the books and records shall be kept confidential, except that the commissioner may use the information in any proceeding instituted against the administrator.

b. The benefits payer shall own the records generated by the administrator pertaining to the benefits payer, except that the administrator shall retain the right to continuing access to books and records to permit the administrator to fulfill all of its contractual obligations to the benefits payer.

c. In the event that an agreement between an administrator and a benefits payer is canceled, notwithstanding the provisions of section 6 of this act to the contrary, the administrator may, with the written agreement of the benefits payer, transfer all records to a new administrator instead of retaining them for five years.


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