If a child has coverage under a policy of health insurance pursuant to which a noncustodial
parent of the child is insured, the insurer issuing that policy shall:
1. Provide to the custodial parent such information as necessary for the child to
obtain any benefits under that coverage.
2. Allow the custodial parent or, with the approval of the custodial parent, a provider
of health care to submit claims for covered services without the approval of the noncustodial
3. Make payments on claims submitted pursuant to subsection 2 directly to the custodial
parent, the provider of health care or an agency of this or another state responsible
for the administration of Medicaid.
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