2018 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 26 - INSURANCE CODE
CHAPTER 34 - HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS
SECTION 26-34-128 - Statutory construction and relationship to other laws.
26-34-128. Statutory construction and relationship to other laws.
(a) Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, the other provisions of this code relating to insurers and the provisions of title 35 of the Wyoming statutes relating to hospitals or medical service corporations are not applicable to any health maintenance organization granted a certificate of authority under this chapter. This provision does not apply to:
(i) An insurer or hospital or medical service corporation licensed and regulated pursuant to the insurance law or the hospital or medical service corporation laws of this state except with respect to its health maintenance organization activities authorized and regulated pursuant to this chapter.
(ii) Repealed By Laws 2004, ch. 130, § 2.
(b) Solicitation of enrollees by a health maintenance organization granted a certificate of authority, or its representatives, shall not be construed to violate any provision of law relating to solicitation or advertising by health professionals.
(c) Any health maintenance organization authorized under this chapter is not deemed to be practicing medicine and is exempt from the provisions of W.S. 33-26-101 through 33-26-511.