Actually, it does although not under that name. Financial and custody matters may be addressed in a SAPCR, or, enforced via court if signed in a pre/post-nuptial agreement. But no matter.
Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done to force him to do this unless someone in your situation actually files for divorce, and asks for him to continue the insurance in temporary orders while the suit is pending. Otherwise, neither spouse has a the duty to keep insurance on the other one be they separated or not.
So the only way to force the issue would be to file for divorce, and to ask for temporary orders for him to maintain the insurance... while the divorce is pending.
This is true even if you are disabled and/or injured.
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