1. The following disclosures must be made in writing to any prospective member of
a medical discount plan and must be in clear language and prominently displayed in
any advertisements, marketing materials and brochures relating to a medical discount
(a) That the medical discount plan is not a policy of health insurance;
(b) That the medical discount plan provides discounts from providers of health care
who provide health care or medical services to members;
(c) That the medical discount plan does not make payments directly to the providers
of health care;
(d) That the member will be required to pay for all health care or medical services
but will receive a discount from those providers of health care who have contracted
with the medical discount plan;
(e) The corporate name of the person offering the medical discount plan and the location
and address of each office for the medical discount plan; and
(f) A telephone number where the member may obtain information and answers to questions
2. The disclosures required pursuant to this section may be provided orally or electronically
if written disclosures are provided not later than the earlier of:
(a) Ten business days after the prospective member elects to accept the medical discount
(b) The date on which any other written material is provided by the medical discount
plan to the member.
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