New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:35c-6 - Requirements For Medicare Supplement Contract Forms, Rates

17:35C-6. Requirements for medicare supplement contract forms, rates
6. a. No service corporation shall deliver or issue for delivery to a resident of this State a medicare supplement contract unless it has filed with the commissioner a copy of the contract or certificate and a copy of any application, rider and endorsement for use in connection with the issuance or renewal thereof.

(1) The commissioner may, at any time, notify the service corporation of his disapproval of any form filed pursuant to the provisions of this section on the ground that the form contains provisions which are unjust, unfair, inequitable, misleading, or contrary to law or to the public policy of this State and no service corporation shall use any form in this State which has been disapproved pursuant to this paragraph.

(2) Any disapproval shall be subject to review in accordance with the "Administrative Procedure Act," P.L.1968, c.410 (C.52:14B-1 et seq.).

(3) The disapproval or the withdrawal of any form by the commissioner shall state in writing the grounds therefor in such detail as is reasonable to inform the service corporation of the reasons for withdrawal or disapproval.

b. Any service corporation providing medicare supplement benefits in this State shall file annually with the commissioner its rates, rating schedule and supporting documentation demonstrating that it is in compliance with the applicable loss ratio standards of this State. All filings of rates and rating schedules shall demonstrate that the actual and expected losses in relation to premiums comply with the requirements of P.L.1982, c.95 (C.17:35C-1 et seq.) and any rule or regulation promulgated thereunder.

c. Medicare supplement contracts shall be expected to return to subscribers benefits which are reasonable in relation to the premium charged. The commissioner shall issue regulations to establish minimum standards for loss ratios of medicare supplement contracts on the basis of paid claim experience and written premiums in accordance with accepted actuarial principles and practices.

L.1982,c.95,s.6; amended 1992,c.144,s.5.

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