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Materially breaches the provider contract/subcontract; or 7.

Violates state or federal law, including laws involving fraud, waste, and abuse. NON-DISCRIMINATION The provider/subcontractor shall comply with the following requirements regarding nondiscrimination: 1. The provider/subcontractor shall comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

A “qualified individual with a disability” as defined pursuant to 42 U. C.§12131 is an individual with a disability who, with or without reasonable modifications to rules, policies, or practices, the removal of architectural, communication, or transportation barriers, or the provision of auxiliary aids and services, meets the essential eligibility requirements for the receipt of services or the participation in programs or activities provided by a public entity.

The provider/subcontractor shall submit to [insert name of HMO] a written certification that it is conversant with the requirements of the ADA, that it is in compliance with the law, and certifies that the provider/subcontractor meets ADA requirements to the best of the provider/subcontractor's knowledge.

Takes any action that threatens the fiscal integrity of the Medicaid program; 3. The encounter data shall be in a form acceptable to the State.

Has its certification suspended or revoked by DOBI, DOH, and/or any federal agency or is federally debarred or excluded from federal procurement and non-procurement contracts; 4.

For enrollees covered by the contractor's plan that are eligible through the Division of Child Protection and Permanency, records shall be kept in accordance with the provisions under N.

In addition, as a part of its recovery process, MFD shall have the right to request the contractor to withhold payment to a provider in its network as a result of an MFD audit or investigation of managed care claims. The provider/subcontractor shall utilize, whenever available, and report any other public or private third party sources of payment for services rendered to enrollees. This shall include, but not be limited to (for each service date on or subsequent to the date of the accident/incident), the enrollee’s diagnosis and the nature of the service provided to the enrollee. The provider/subcontractor shall notify the contractor on no less than a weekly basis when it becomes aware of the death of one of its Medicaid enrollees age 55 or older, utilizing the “Combined Notification of Death and Estate Referral Form” located in subsection B.5.1 of the Appendix. The provider/subcontractor agrees to cooperate with the contractor’s and the State’s efforts to maximize the collection of third party payments by providing to the contractor updates to the information required by this section. ENROLLEE PROTECTIONS AGAINST LIABILITY FOR PAYMENT 1. The service is not a trauma service covered by the provisions of NJAC -6.3(a)3.i; and e.

Laboratories with certificates of registration may perform a full range of laboratory tests. Such money that MFD recovers directly shall not be shared with the contractor, but reported to DMAHS in the format that the contractor reports its recoveries to DMAHS. below, if the provider/subcontractor is aware of third party coverage, it shall submit its claim first to the appropriate third party before submitting a claim to the contractor. In the following situations, the provider/subcontractor may bill the contractor first and then coordinate with the liable third party, unless the contractor has received prior approval from the State to take other action. The coverage is derived from a parent whose obligation to pay support is being enforced by the Department of Human Services. The claim is for prenatal care for a pregnant woman or for preventive pediatric services (including EPSDT services) that are covered by the Medicaid program. The claim is for labor, delivery, and post-partum care and does not involve hospital costs associated with the inpatient hospital stay. The claim is for a child who is in a DCP&P supported out of home placement. The claim involves coverage or services mentioned in 3.a, 3.b, 3.c, or 3.d, above in combination with another service. If the provider/subcontractor knows that the third party will neither pay for nor provide the covered service, and the service is medically necessary, the provider/subcontractor may bill the contractor without having received a written denial from the third party. Sharing of TPL Information by the Provider/Subcontractor. The provider/subcontractor shall notify the contractor within thirty (30) days after it learns that an enrollee has health insurance coverage not reflected in the health insurance provided by the contractor, or casualty insurance coverage, or of any change in an enrollee’s health insurance coverage. When the provider/subcontractor becomes aware that an enrollee has retained counsel, who either may institute or has instituted a legal cause of action for damages against a third party, the provider/subcontractor shall notify the contractor in writing, including the enrollee’s name and Medicaid identification number, date of accident/incident, nature of injury, name and address of enrollee’s legal representative, copies of pleadings, and any other documents related to the action in the provider’s/subcontractor’s possession or control. 30:4J-4.1 (as both of these provisions may be amended by State Appropriations Act language in effect at the time the service is rendered, as set forth in Section 4.2.1D.2 of the contract), and/or NJAC -9.1; and d.

Because the provider/subcontractor expresses disagreement with the contractor's decision to deny or limit benefits to a covered person or because the provider/subcontractor assists the covered person to seek reconsideration of the contractor's decision; or because the provider/subcontractor discusses with a current, former, or prospective patient any aspect of the patient's medical condition, any proposed treatments or treatment alternatives, whether covered by the contractor or not, policy provisions of the contractor, or the provider/subcontractor’s personal recommendation regarding selection of a health plan based on the provider/subcontractor’s personal knowledge of the health needs of such patients. Because the provider/subcontractor engaged in medical communications, either explicit or implied, with a patient about medically necessary treatment options, or because the provider/subcontractor practiced its profession in providing the most appropriate treatment required by its patients and provided informed consent within the guidelines of the law, including possible positive and negative outcomes of the various treatment modalities. TERMINATION OF PROVIDER CONTRACT/SUBCONTRACT – STATE The provider/subcontractor understands and agrees that the State may order the termination of this provider contract/subcontract if it is determined that the provider/subcontractor: 1. For enrollees who are eligible through the Division of Child Protection and Permanency, records shall be kept in accordance with the provisions under N. Release of records shall be consistent with the provision of confidentiality expressed in Section 2.

Takes any action or fails to prevent an action that threatens the health, safety or welfare of any enrollee, including significant marketing abuses; 2. R., Confidentiality, and at no cost to the enrollee. DATA REPORTING The provider/subcontractor agrees to provide all necessary information to enable the contractor to meet its reporting requirements, including specifically with respect to encounter reporting. The provider/subcontractor further agrees to comply with the Prohibition On Use Of Federal Funds For Lobbying provisions of the contractor’s agreement with the State. The provider/subcontractor shall comply with financial disclosure provision of 42 CFR 434, 1903 (m) of the S.

For enrollees covered by the contractor's plan that are eligible through the Division of Child Protection and Permanency, records shall be kept in accordance with the provisions under N. In addition, as a part of its recovery process, MFD shall have the right to request the contractor to withhold payment to a provider in its network as a result of an MFD audit or investigation of managed care claims. The provider/subcontractor shall utilize, whenever available, and report any other public or private third party sources of payment for services rendered to enrollees. This shall include, but not be limited to (for each service date on or subsequent to the date of the accident/incident), the enrollee’s diagnosis and the nature of the service provided to the enrollee. The provider/subcontractor shall notify the contractor on no less than a weekly basis when it becomes aware of the death of one of its Medicaid enrollees age 55 or older, utilizing the “Combined Notification of Death and Estate Referral Form” located in subsection B.5.1 of the Appendix. The provider/subcontractor agrees to cooperate with the contractor’s and the State’s efforts to maximize the collection of third party payments by providing to the contractor updates to the information required by this section. ENROLLEE PROTECTIONS AGAINST LIABILITY FOR PAYMENT 1. The service is not a trauma service covered by the provisions of NJAC -6.3(a)3.i; and e. Laboratories with certificates of registration may perform a full range of laboratory tests. Such money that MFD recovers directly shall not be shared with the contractor, but reported to DMAHS in the format that the contractor reports its recoveries to DMAHS. below, if the provider/subcontractor is aware of third party coverage, it shall submit its claim first to the appropriate third party before submitting a claim to the contractor. In the following situations, the provider/subcontractor may bill the contractor first and then coordinate with the liable third party, unless the contractor has received prior approval from the State to take other action. The coverage is derived from a parent whose obligation to pay support is being enforced by the Department of Human Services. The claim is for prenatal care for a pregnant woman or for preventive pediatric services (including EPSDT services) that are covered by the Medicaid program. The claim is for labor, delivery, and post-partum care and does not involve hospital costs associated with the inpatient hospital stay. The claim is for a child who is in a DCP&P supported out of home placement. The claim involves coverage or services mentioned in 3.a, 3.b, 3.c, or 3.d, above in combination with another service. If the provider/subcontractor knows that the third party will neither pay for nor provide the covered service, and the service is medically necessary, the provider/subcontractor may bill the contractor without having received a written denial from the third party. Sharing of TPL Information by the Provider/Subcontractor. The provider/subcontractor shall notify the contractor within thirty (30) days after it learns that an enrollee has health insurance coverage not reflected in the health insurance provided by the contractor, or casualty insurance coverage, or of any change in an enrollee’s health insurance coverage. When the provider/subcontractor becomes aware that an enrollee has retained counsel, who either may institute or has instituted a legal cause of action for damages against a third party, the provider/subcontractor shall notify the contractor in writing, including the enrollee’s name and Medicaid identification number, date of accident/incident, nature of injury, name and address of enrollee’s legal representative, copies of pleadings, and any other documents related to the action in the provider’s/subcontractor’s possession or control. 30:4J-4.1 (as both of these provisions may be amended by State Appropriations Act language in effect at the time the service is rendered, as set forth in Section 4.2.1D.2 of the contract), and/or NJAC -9.1; and d.Because the provider/subcontractor expresses disagreement with the contractor's decision to deny or limit benefits to a covered person or because the provider/subcontractor assists the covered person to seek reconsideration of the contractor's decision; or because the provider/subcontractor discusses with a current, former, or prospective patient any aspect of the patient's medical condition, any proposed treatments or treatment alternatives, whether covered by the contractor or not, policy provisions of the contractor, or the provider/subcontractor’s personal recommendation regarding selection of a health plan based on the provider/subcontractor’s personal knowledge of the health needs of such patients. Because the provider/subcontractor engaged in medical communications, either explicit or implied, with a patient about medically necessary treatment options, or because the provider/subcontractor practiced its profession in providing the most appropriate treatment required by its patients and provided informed consent within the guidelines of the law, including possible positive and negative outcomes of the various treatment modalities. TERMINATION OF PROVIDER CONTRACT/SUBCONTRACT – STATE The provider/subcontractor understands and agrees that the State may order the termination of this provider contract/subcontract if it is determined that the provider/subcontractor: 1. For enrollees who are eligible through the Division of Child Protection and Permanency, records shall be kept in accordance with the provisions under N. Release of records shall be consistent with the provision of confidentiality expressed in Section 2. 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