Application of provisions of Insurance Code
The following provisions of the Insurance Code shall apply to the pool to the extent applicable and not inconsistent with the express provisions of ORS 735.600 (Legislative intent) to 735.650 (Application of provisions of Insurance Code): ORS 731.004 (Short title) to 731.022 (Compliance with Insurance Code required), 731.052 (Insurance Code definitions) to 731.146 ("Transact insurance"), 731.162 ("Health insurance"), 731.216 (Administrative power of director) to 731.328 (Deposits by unauthorized insurers in actions or proceedings), 742.023 (Contents of policies in general), 742.028 (Additional policy contents), 742.046 (Delivery of policy), 742.051 (Renewal by certificate), 742.056 (Certain conduct not deemed waiver), 743.008 (Reporting requirements), 743.028 (Uniform health insurance claim forms), 743.038 (Consent of individual required for life and health insurance), 743.040 (Personal insurance, insurable interest and beneficiaries), 743.041 (Payment discharges insurer), 743.050 (Exemption of proceeds of health insurance), 743.100 (Short title) to 743.106 (Reading ease standards for life and health insurance policies), 743.402 (Exceptions to individual health insurance policy requirements), 743A.084 (Unmarried women and their children), 743A.090 (Natural and adopted children), 743B.001 (Definitions), 743B.195 (Enforcement of Newborns' and Mothers' Health Protection Act of 1996), 743B.197 (Health Care Consumer Protection Advisory Committee), 743B.200 (Requirements for insurers offering managed health insurance), 743B.202 (Requirements for insurers offering managed health or preferred provider organization insurance), 743B.204 (Required managed health insurance contract provision), 743B.220 (Requirements for insurers that require designation of participating primary care physician), 743B.222 (Designation of women's health care provider as primary care provider), 743B.250 (Required notices to applicants and enrollees), 743B.400 (Decisions regarding health care facility length of stay, level of care and follow-up care), 743B.403 (Insurer prohibited practices), 743B.405 (Medical services contract provisions), 743B.420 (Prior authorization requirements), 743B.422 (Utilization review requirements for medical services contracts to which insurer not party), 743B.423 (Utilization review requirements for insurers offering health benefit plan), 743B.424 (Applicability), 743B.550 (Disclosure of information), 746.005 (Trade practices exempted from prohibitions) to 746.370 (Records of insureds), 746.600 (Definitions for ORS 746.600 to 746.690), 746.605 (Purpose), 746.607 (Use and disclosure of personal information), 746.608 (Rules), 746.610 (Application of ORS 746.600 to 746.690), 746.615 (Pretext interviews prohibited), 746.625 (Marketing and research surveys), 746.635 (Investigative consumer reports), 746.650 (Reasons for adverse underwriting decisions), 746.655 (Information concerning previous adverse underwriting decisions), 746.660 (Basing adverse underwriting decision on previous adverse decision), 746.668 (Relationship of ORS 746.620, 746.630 and 746.665 to federal Fair Credit Reporting Act), 746.670 (Investigatory powers), 746.675 (Service of process on out-of-state insurance-support organizations), 746.680 (Remedies) and 746.690 (Obtaining information under false pretenses prohibited). [1987 c.838 §14; 1989 c.701 §72; 1989 c.838 §18; 1999 c.987 §3; 2001 c.356 §4; 2003 c.87 §20; 2013 c.698 §18]
Note: 735.650 (Application of provisions of Insurance Code) is repealed July 1, 2017. See section 42, chapter 698, Oregon Laws 2013, as amended by section 20, chapter 640, Oregon Laws 2013.
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