§ 4400 Statement of Policy and Purposes
§ 4401 Definitions
§ 4402 Health Maintenance Organizations; Application for Certificate of Authority
§ 4403 Health Maintenance Organizations; Issuance of Certificate of Authority
§ 4403-A Special Purpose Certificate of Authority
§ 4403-B Development of Comprehensive Health Services Plans
§ 4403-C Comprehensive HIV Special Needs Plan Certification
§ 4403-D Special Needs Managed Care Plans
§ 4403-E Primary Care Partial Capitation Providers; Partial Capitation Certificate of Authority
§ 4403-F Managed Long Term Care Plans
§ 4403-G Developmental Disabilty Individual Support and Care Coordination Organizations
§ 4404 Health Maintenance Organizations; Continuance of Certificate of Authority
§ 4405 Health Maintenance Organizations; Powers
§ 4405-A Immunizations Against Poliomyelitis, Mumps, Measles, Diphtheria and Rubella
§ 4405-B Duty to Report
§ 4406 Health Maintenance Organizations; Regulation of Contracts
§ 4406-A Arbitration Provisions of Health Maintenance Organization Contracts
§ 4406-B Primary and Preventive Obstetric and Gynecologic Care
§ 4406-C Prohibitions
§ 4406-D Health Care Professional Applications and Terminations
§ 4406-E Access to End of Life Care
§ 4406-F Maternal Depression Screenings
§ 4406-G Telehealth Delivery of Services
§ 4407 Health Maintenance Organizations; Employer Requirements
§ 4408 Disclosure of Information
§ 4408-A Integrated Delivery Systems
§ 4408-A*2 Grievance Procedure
§ 4409 Health Maintenance Organizations; Examinations
§ 4410 Health Maintenance Organizations; Professional Services
§ 4411 Construction
§ 4412 Separability
§ 4413 Savings Clause
§ 4414 Health Care Compliance Programs
§ 4416 Excess Reserves of Certain Health Maintenance Organizations

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