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A health insurance plan is prohibited from:
(1) Denying eligibility, enrollment or renewal of coverage to any individual because of their use or potential use of contraceptives.
(2) Providing monetary payments or rebates to covered persons to encourage them to accept less than the minimum protections available under this section.
(3) Penalizing, or otherwise reducing or limiting the reimbursement of a health care professional because such professional prescribed contraceptive drugs or devices, or provided contraceptive services.
(4) Providing incentives, monetary or otherwise, to a health-care professional to induce such professional to withhold contraceptive drugs, devices or services from covered persons.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - West Virginia Code Chapter 33. Insurance § 33-16E-6. Additional prohibitions - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wv/chapter-33-insurance/wv-code-sect-33-16e-6/
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