Nonprofit corporations may be organized for the purpose of entering into contracts
with participating dentists to provide or administer professional service for subscribers
on such bases as may be designated in the corporation's contracts with purchasing
groups, individuals and government agencies. Such corporations may provide service or indemnity benefits. Compensation for professional services shall be either on a scheduled basis or on
the basis of usual, customary and reasonable charges. Inherent in the authority provided hereby is the right of any such corporation to
function as an administrative agent with respect to any group dental care program
installed by a private organization for its employees or members, or with respect
to any dental care program initiated by any local, state or federal governmental body.
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