N.J.S.A 17:48F-8 Contract for provision of services.

17:48F-8 Contract for provision of services.

8. A prepaid prescription service organization may contract with any person to provide some or all of the services it normally performs in providing prescription services and supplemental services to its enrollees and contract holders, but no such contract shall be made effective until it has been approved by the commissioner. The services may include consultative and administrative serviceS.In granting approval, the commissioner may impose any limitations he deems necessary for the protection of the organization’s enrollees and contract holders, and the actual and potential effect of providing such services on the financial condition of the organization. Before entering into such a contract, the organization shall provide the commissioner with notice of the contract and such supporting documentation as the commissioner determines necessary. If the commissioner does not affirmatively approve or disapprove the contract within 60 days of the date of submission, the contract shall be deemed approved. The commissioner may extend the 60-day review period for not more than 30 additional days by giving written notice of the extension before the expiration of the initial 60-day period. If the contract is disapproved, the commissioner shall notify the organization in writing and specify the reasons for disapproval.



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