of carrying out this section.
(e) Health benefit entities.--
(1) An entity providing or administering health
insurance or health care coverage for public school
employees, with the exception of public school entities or
consortia under subsection (d), shall, upon the written
request of the board, public school entities, consortium or
the insured, provide claims and loss information within 60
days of the request or sooner, if determined by the board.
(2) (i) The Insurance Commissioner, the Department of
Health and any other agency, authority, board,
commission, council, department or office under the
jurisdiction of the Governor, having regulatory authority
over any entity charged under paragraph (1), referred to
under this subsection as the "regulating authority,"
shall cooperate with the board, if necessary, to obtain
information from an insurance company, third-party
administrator or other administrator or provider of
health insurance benefits for school employees, other
than a public school entity or consortium.
(ii) Following notice and hearing, the board may
impose an order assessing a penalty of up to $1,000 per
day upon an entity, other than a public school entity or
consortium, that willfully fails to comply with the
obligations imposed by this section.
(iii) If the entity does not comply with the
obligations imposed by this section within 15 days of an
order being imposed, the board shall notify the
regulating authority of the failure of an entity under
the regulating authority's jurisdiction to provide data
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