(a) “Adverse tier placement” means being subject to the rates of any tier with less
coverage or higher premiums than the tier within which the insured is currently insured.
(b) “Federal government sponsored health insurance program” means the TriCare program
providing coverage for civilian dependents of military personnel.
(c) “Health plan” means any insurance company or health maintenance organization which
issues individual coverage to a resident of this state.
(d) “Individual coverage” means health insurance or health maintenance organization
coverage issued on other than a group or blanket basis, including an individual coverage
containing coverage for a spouse, dependent, or both.
(e) “Insureds” means persons enrolled under individual coverage issued by a health
plan. Insureds includes persons covered under a policy of personal insurance.
(f) “Personal insurance” means private passenger automobile, motorcycle, mobile homeowners,
homeowners, renters and non-commercial dwelling fire insurance policies and boat,
personal watercraft, snowmobile and recreational vehicle policies.
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