1. It is unlawful to transact business in this state as a discount medical plan organization,
unless the organization is a corporation, limited liability corporation, partnership,
limited liability partnership or other legal entity organized under the laws of this
state or, if a foreign entity, authorized to transact business in this state, and
is registered as a discount medical plan organization with the director or duly authorized
by the director as an insurance company, licensed health maintenance organization,
licensed group health service organization, or licensed third-party administrator.
2. An individual person, employee, or agent of a registered entity described in subsection
1 of this section may also transact business in this state on behalf of such entity.
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