2018 Wyoming Statutes
SECTION 26-34-133 - Coordination of benefits.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 26-34-133 (2018)

26-34-133. Coordination of benefits.

(a) Health maintenance organizations are permitted, but not required, to adopt coordination of benefits provisions to avoid overinsurance and to provide for the orderly payment of claims when a person is covered by two (2) or more group health insurance or health care plans.

(b) If a health maintenance organization adopts coordination of benefits provisions, the provisions shall be consistent with the coordination of benefits provisions that are in general use in the state for coordinating coverage between two (2) or more group health insurance or health care plans.

(c) To the extent necessary for health maintenance organizations to meet their obligations as secondary carriers under the rules for coordination, the organizations shall make payments for services that are:

(i) Received from nonparticipating providers; or

(ii) Provided outside their service areas.

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