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CA AB 1672 aka Insurance Code 10700 et seq - see the term ELSEWHERE below (r) "Creditable coverage" means: (1) Any individual or group policy, contract, or program, that is written or administered by a disability insurer, health care service plan, fraternal benefits society, self-insured employer plan, or any other entity, in this state or elsewhere, and that arranges or provides medical, hospital, and surgical coverage not designed to supplement other private or governmental plans.

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Q: Is pregnancy considered a preexisting condition if you move from a group insurance plan with a Mexican insurer to an American small business group insurance plan?
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