This act shall be known and may be cited as the "New Jersey State Health Benefits Program Act." N.J.S. § 52:14-17.25 L.1961, c.49, p.509, s.1; amended by L.1964, c.125, s.2, eff. July 1, 1964; L.1972, c.75, s.1.
Notwithstanding any provision of a policy or contract of group health insurance, hereafter delivered or issued for delivery in this State, whenever such a policy or contract provides for reimbursement for any service which is within the lawful scope of practice of a duly licensed chiropractor, a person covered under such group health policy or contract or the chiropractor rendering such service shall be entitled to reimbursement for such service when the said service is performed by a chiropractor
sections 31 through 41 of P.L. 2007, c. 103 (C. 52:14-17.46.1 through C. 52:14-17.46.11) shall be known and may be cited as the "School Employees' Health Benefits Program Act." N.J.S. § 52:14-17.46.1 Added by L. 2007, c. 103,s. 31, eff. 6/28/2007.
a. A hospital service corporation contract which provides hospital or medical expense benefits for groups with more than 50 persons, which includes pregnancy-related benefits, shall not be delivered, issued, executed or renewed in this State, or approved for issuance or renewal in this State by the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance on or after the effective date of this act unless the contract provides coverage for persons covered under the contract for medically necessary expenses incurred in
(a) Any member of the SHBP who disagrees with the decision of the carrier and has exhausted all appeals within the plan, as well as any external review required by the PPACA, if applicable, may request that the matter be considered by the Commission. Requests for consideration must be directed to the Secretary of the Commission within one year of the plan's final adverse benefit determination, and must contain the reason for the disagreement and all available supporting documentation. Appeals shall
(a) The State Health Benefits Commission shall meet, as necessary, at the call of the Chairperson or the Secretary provided that the required public notice has been given, pursuant to the provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act, 10:4-13. (b) Any three members of the Commission, at least two of whom are ex-officio members, shall constitute a quorum for the purpose of conducting the business of the Commission. Each member shall be entitled to one vote and a majority of all votes of the entire Commission
The following words and terms, when used in this subchapter, shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: "Artificial insemination" means the introduction of sperm into a woman's vagina or uterus by noncoital methods for the purpose of conception, and includes intrauterine insemination. "Assisted hatching" means a micromanipulation technique in which a hole is artificially created in the outer shell of an embryo to assist with the potential implantation of that