Delaware Code Title 18. Insurance Code § 3353. Use of social security numbers on insurance cards
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(a) As used in this section, “insurance card” means a card that a person or entity provides to an individual so that the individual may present the card to establish the eligibility of the individual or the individual's dependents to receive health, dental, optical, or accident insurance benefits, prescription drug benefits, or benefits under a managed care plan or a plan provided by a health maintenance organization, a health services plan corporation, or a similar entity.
(b) No person or entity which provides an insurance card shall use an individual's social security number as the identification number on that insurance card.
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