1. Except as otherwise provided in the provisions of this section, NRS 689B.340 to 689B.580, inclusive, and chapter 689C of NRS relating to the portability and availability of health insurance, all group subscriber
contracts delivered or issued for delivery in this state providing for hospital, surgical
or major medical coverage, or any combination of these coverages, on a service basis
or an expense-incurred basis, or both, must contain a provision that the employee
or member is entitled to have issued to him or her a subscriber contract of health
coverage when the employee or member is no longer covered by the group subscriber
2. The requirement in subsection 1 does not apply to contracts providing benefits
only for specific diseases or accidental injuries.
3. If an employee or member was a recipient of benefits under the coverage provided
pursuant to NRS 695B.1944, the employee or member is not entitled to have issued to him or her by a replacement
insurer a subscriber contract of health coverage unless the employee or member has
reported for his or her normal employment for a period of 90 consecutive days after
last being eligible to receive any benefits under the coverage provided pursuant to
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