Filing of policy
- • loss ratio standards
- • insurance producer compensation
(1) Every insurer providing group Medicare supplement insurance benefits to a resident of this state pursuant to ORS 743.682 (Application of ORS 743.680 to 743.689) shall file a copy of the master policy and any certificate used in this state in accordance with the filing requirements and procedures applicable to group Medicare supplement policies issued in this state. However, no insurer shall be required to make a filing earlier than 30 days after insurance was provided to a resident of this state under a master policy issued for delivery outside this state.
(2) Medicare supplement policies shall return benefits which are reasonable in relation to the premium charged. The Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services shall adopt by rule minimum standards for loss ratios of Medicare supplement policies on the basis of incurred claims experience, or incurred health care expenses where coverage is provided by a health maintenance organization on a service rather than reimbursement basis, and earned premiums in accordance with accepted actuarial principles and practices. Every entity providing Medicare supplement policies or certificates in this state shall file annually its rates, rating schedule and supporting documentation demonstrating that it is in compliance with the applicable loss ratio standards of this state. All filings of rates and rating schedules shall demonstrate that the actual and expected losses in relation to premiums comply with the requirements of ORS 743.680 (Definitions for ORS 743.680 to 743.689) to 743.689 (Director’s authority upon violation of ORS 743.680 to 743.689).
(3) No entity shall provide compensation to insurance producers which is greater than the renewal compensation which would have been paid on an existing policy if the existing policy is replaced by another policy with the same company where the new policy benefits are substantially similar to the benefits under the old policy and the old policy was issued by the same insurer or insurer group. [1989 c.255 §5; 2003 c.364 §111]
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