2018 Wyoming Statutes
SECTION 26-34-107 - Fiduciary responsibilities.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 26-34-107 (2018)

26-34-107. Fiduciary responsibilities.

(a) Any director, officer, employee or partner of a health maintenance organization who receives, handles, collects, disburses or invests funds in connection with the activities of the organization is responsible for those funds in a fiduciary relationship to the organization and shall not violate the prohibitions specified in W.S. 26-24-127.

(b) A health maintenance organization shall maintain in force a fidelity bond on employees and officers in an amount not less than the greater of two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00), ten percent (10%) of the organization's previous year's gross premiums or other amount the commissioner prescribes. All such bonds shall be written with at least a one (1) year discovery period and if written with less than a three (3) year discovery period shall contain a provision that no cancellation or termination of the bond, whether by or at the request of the insured or by the underwriter is effective prior to the expiration of ninety (90) days after written notice of the cancellation or termination has been filed with the commissioner unless the commissioner approves an earlier date of cancellation or termination.

(c) A health maintenance organization shall not make any disbursement of seventy-five dollars ($75.00) or more without complying with the requirements specified for insurers in W.S. 26-24-130.

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