N.J.S.A 17:48C-12. Participating dentists; payments for dental services

17:48C-12. Participating dentists; payments for dental services

Any dental service corporation may enter into agreements with eligible dentists whereby such dentists become participating dentists in a plan operated by the corporation and may make to such dentists such payments as shall have accrued by reason of services required to be performed under the plan. No person shall become a participating dentist unless he shall be a dentist authorized to practice dentistry under the laws of this State. Any dental service corporation may enter into contracts for the payment of dental services to the subscribers or members of similar nonprofit dental service corporations of this or any other State, subject to the supervision of the State in which such similar corporation is located, and shall have the right to make payment to any other nonprofit dental service corporation, or to any dentists authorized to practice dentistry in this or any other State for services rendered to its subscribers and their covered dependents at rates not exceeding the rates paid participating dentists under the certificate of the subscriber. The making of any such contract or arrangement, or the rendering of dental service pursuant thereto, shall not be a violation of any law, rule or regulation governing the practice of dentistry.

L.1968, C.305, s.12, eff. Sept. 26, 1968.

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