A. No person shall establish or operate a dental plan organization in the Commonwealth without first obtaining a license from the Commission. Any business entity, which is neither an individual nor a sole proprietorship, may apply to the Commission for a license to establish and operate a dental plan organization in compliance with this chapter.
B. Each application for a license shall be verified by an officer or authorized representative of the applicant, shall be in a form prescribed by the Commission, and shall set forth or be accompanied by the following:
1. A copy of the basic organizational documents of the applicant including, but not limited to, the articles of incorporation, articles of association, partnership agreement, trust agreement, or other applicable documents, and all amendments to those documents;
3. A list of the name, address, official position, and biographical information on forms acceptable to the Commission of each member of the governing body and any person with authority to manage or establish policy; and a full disclosure in the application of (i) any financial interest between such person or any dentist, organization, or corporation owned or controlled by such person and the dental plan organization and (ii) the extent and nature of the financial arrangements between such person and the dental plan organization;
6. A copy of any group contract form that is to be issued to employers, unions, trustees, or other organizations. All group contracts shall set forth the right of subscribers to convert their coverages to an individual contract issued by the dental plan organization;
7. A financial statement or statements and any reports, certificates, or other documents the Commission considers necessary to secure a full and accurate knowledge of the applicant’s affairs and financial condition;
8. A complete description of the dental plan organization and its method of operation, including (i) the method of marketing the plan, (ii) a statement regarding the sources of working capital as well as any other sources of funding, and (iii) a description of any insurance, reinsurance, or alternative coverage arrangements proposed, including excess insurance or stop loss insurance;
9. A financial feasibility plan that includes, but is not limited to, (i) detailed enrollment projections, (ii) the methodology for determining premium rates to be charged during at least the first three years of operations and extending one year beyond the anticipated break-even point certified by an actuary, and (iii) a projection, along with material assumptions, of balance sheets, cash flow statements showing capital expenditures and purchase and sale of investments, and income statements on a quarterly basis for at least three years and extending one year beyond the anticipated break-even point; and
10. Any other information the Commission may require to make the determinations required pursuant to § 38.2-6103.
2004, c. 668.