(a) Where the services of an administrator are utilized, the administrator shall provide
a written notice, approved by the payor, to covered individuals advising them of the
identity of and relationship among the administrator, the policyholder and the payor.
(b) When an administrator collects funds, the reason for collection of each item shall
be identified to the insured party and each item shall be shown separately from any
premium. Additional charges may not be made for services to the extent the services have
already been paid for by the payor.
(c) The administrator shall disclose to the payor all charges, fees and commissions
that the administrator receives arising from services it provides for the payor, including
any fees or commissions paid by payors providing reinsurance or stop-loss insurance.
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