N.J.S.A 17:48E-35.13. Health service corporation contract, prostate cancer testing

17:48E-35.13. Health service corporation contract, prostate cancer testing

1. No health service corporation contract providing hospital or medical expense benefits for groups with greater than 49 persons shall be delivered, issued, executed or renewed in this State, or approved for issuance or renewal in this State by the Commissioner of Insurance on or after the effective date of this act, unless the contract provides benefits to any named subscriber or other person covered thereunder for expenses incurred in conducting an annual medically recognized diagnostic examination including, but not limited to, a digital rectal examination and a prostate-specific antigen test for men age 50 and over who are asymptomatic and for men age 40 and over with a family history of prostate cancer or other prostate cancer risk factors.

The benefits shall be provided to the same extent as for any other medical condition under the contract.

This section shall apply to all health service corporation contracts in which the health service corporation has reserved the right to change the premium.

L.1996,c.125,s.1.

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