(215 ILCS 165/9)
(from Ch. 32, par. 603)
After the issuance of a charter, the Director as he deems in the
public interest may authorize or require a health services plan corporation
to charge rates or to utilize soliciting methods different from those on
which the charter was based, provided that such contracts and practices are
in compliance with provisions of this Act and are not violative of other
laws of this State.
The Director may revoke or amend, after reasonable notice and hearing,
any charter, certificates, order, authority or consent made by him to a
health services plan corporation on having found (1) that the further
solicitation of subscribers or further continuance of the practices in
question will work a fraud on subscribers, or (2) that the rates charged or
the benefits provided are not fair and reasonable to both the subscriber
and the corporation.
(Source: Laws 1951, p. 569.)