(a) Solicitation of enrollees by a health maintenance organization or its representative
or agent does not violate a law relating to solicitation or advertising by a physician
(b) The provision of factually accurate information by a health maintenance organization
or its personnel to prospective enrollees regarding coverage, rates, location and
hours of service, and names of affiliated institutions, physicians, and providers
does not violate any law relating to solicitation or advertising by a physician or
provider. The provision of that information with respect to a physician or provider may not
be contrary to or in conflict with any law or ethical provision regulating the practice
of a practitioner of any professional service provided through or in connection with
the physician or provider.
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