AN ACT EXEMPTING MEDICAL DIRECT PRIMARY CARE FROM REGULATION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE.
Senate amendment makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Amends new GS 58-3-8 as follows. Amends the definition of a medical direct primary care agreement to allow the contract to be between a primary care provider and a family, in addition to the already listed individual patient or an individual patient's legal representative. Requires a medical direct primary care agreement to be signed by the individual patient, an adult member of the family, or the individual patient's legal representative (was, by the patient or patient's legal representative only). Makes conforming changes.
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