Legal Resources | Insurance Code | IC 10128.52
Continuation coverage not applicable
The continuation coverage requirements of this article do not apply to the following individuals:
(a) Individuals who are entitled to Medicare benefits or become entitled to Medicare benefits pursuant to Title XVIII of the United States Social Security Act, as amended or superseded. Entitlement to Medicare Part A only constitutes entitlement to benefits under Medicare.
(b) Individuals who have other hospital, medical, or surgical coverage, or who are covered or become covered under another group benefit plan, including a self-insured employee welfare benefit plan, that provides coverage for individuals and that does not impose any exclusion or limitation with respect to any preexisting condition of the individual, other than a preexisting condition limitation or exclusion that does not apply to or is satisfied by the qualified beneficiary pursuant to Sections 10198.6 and 10198.7. A group conversion option under any group benefit plan shall not be considered as an arrangement under which an individual is or becomes covered.
(c) Individuals who are covered, become covered, or are eligible for federal COBRA coverage pursuant to Section 4980B of the United States Internal Revenue Code or Chapter 18 of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, 29 U.S.C. Section 1161 et seq.
(d) Individuals who are covered, become covered, or are eligible for coverage pursuant to Chapter 6A of the Public Health Service Act, 42 U.S.C. Section 300bb-1 et seq.
(e) Qualified beneficiaries who fail to meet the requirements of subdivision (b) of Section 10128.54 or subdivision (h) of Section 10128.55 regarding notification of a qualifying event or election of continuation coverage within the specified time limits.
(f) Except as provided in Section 3001 of ARRA, qualified beneficiaries who fail to submit the correct premium amount required by subdivision (b) of Section 10128.55 and Section 10128.57, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the policy or contract, or fail to satisfy other terms and conditions of the policy or contract.
(Amended by Stats. 2010, Ch. 24, Sec. 7.)