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Alaska Statutes Title 21. Insurance § 21.55.300. Eligibility for state health insurance

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(a) Except as provided in this section, a state resident who is a high risk, a TAA eligible individual, or a federally defined eligible individual is eligible to enroll in a state plan described in AS 21.55.100.

(b) Except for a federally defined eligible individual or TAA eligible individual, a person may not be covered by the state plan

(1) while covered by another health insurance policy or subscriber contract;  or

(2) if the person is eligible to be covered

(A) by a plan subject to the requirements of AS 21.56.110--21.56.250;

(B) under another state or federal law, including veterans' benefits, Native health care, or Medicaid, but not including Medicare;  or

(C) under another health benefit program, including self-insurance plan, health care trust, or welfare trust.

(c) Upon ceasing to be a resident, a person is not eligible to purchase or renew coverage under a state plan, but previously purchased coverage remains in effect for the period covered by payments made while a resident.

(d) Additional eligibility requirements for enrollment in a state plan may be imposed if approved by the director.

Cite this article: - Alaska Statutes Title 21. Insurance § 21.55.300. Eligibility for state health insurance - last updated April 21, 2021 |

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