(2) In accordance with Subsection (3), an insurer shall use and issue a health benefit
plan information card for the insurer's enrollees upon the purchase or renewal of,
or enrollment in, a health benefit plan on or after July 1, 2010.
(3) The health benefit plan card shall include:
(a) the covered person's name;
(b) the name of the carrier and the carrier network name;
(c) the contact information for the carrier or health benefit plan administrator;
(d) general information regarding copayments and deductibles; and
(e) an indication of whether the health benefit plan is regulated by the state.
(4)(a) The commissioner shall work with the Department of Health, the Health Data
Authority, health care providers groups, and with state and national organizations
that are developing uniform standards for the electronic exchange of health insurance
claims or uniform standards for the electronic exchange of clinical health records.
(b) When the commissioner determines that the groups described in Subsection (4)(a)
have reached a consensus regarding the electronic technology and standards necessary
to electronically exchange insurance enrollment and coverage information, the commissioner
shall begin the rulemaking process under Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative
Rulemaking Act, to adopt standardized electronic interchange technology.
(c) After rules are adopted under Subsection (4)(a), health care providers and their
licensing boards under Title 58, Occupations and Professions, and health facilities
licensed under Title 26, Chapter 21, Health Care Facility Licensing and Inspection
Act, shall work together to implement the adoption of card swipe technology.
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