(A) A health insuring corporation has the right to a confidential hearing upon receiving any of the following from the superintendent of insurance:
(1) An adjusted RBC report;
(2) Notification that the health insuring corporation's RBC plan or revised RBC plan is unsatisfactory and a statement that the notification constitutes a regulatory action level event for the health insuring corporation;
(3) Notification that the superintendent has determined that the health insuring corporation has failed to adhere to its RBC plan or revised RBC plan, which failure has a substantial adverse effect on the ability of the health insuring corporation to eliminate the conditions leading to a company action level event in accordance with its RBC plan or revised RBC plan;
(B) A health insuring corporation shall notify the superintendent of its request for a hearing within five days after its receipt of any item listed in division (A) of this section. Upon the superintendent's receipt of the health insuring corporation's request for a hearing, the superintendent shall set a date for the hearing, which date shall be no less than ten days and no more than thirty days after the superintendent's receipt of the health insuring corporation's request.
(C) A health insuring corporation may challenge any determination or action taken by the superintendent under sections 1753.31 to 1753.43 of the Revised Code at the hearing held pursuant to this section.
Effective Date: 03-15-2001