The following table contains links to the corresponding vendor registration forms for each type of provider. 23. For suppliers who receive or pay Medicaid payments of at least US$5 million per year, written training strategies and procedures for all workers, contractors and representatives containing information on the False Claims Act and other provisions under Section 1902 (a) (68) A) of the Social Security Act are established. 29. Notify DHS no later than 30 days before a sale, merger or transfer of a Minnesota Rules 9505.0195, subp, comes into effect. 8. The non-sale of DHS may result in the sale or transfer with DHS not taking effect for any purpose, including receivables, debt payments and debt corrections. The provider also undertakes to notify DHS if it intends to transfer its National Identification Provider (NPI) or Federal Identification Code (FEIN) to the new owner and to complete any necessary documents or supplements, including a vendor sales or transfer addendum. The supplier recognizes that, when the listed business is sold, merged or transferred, DHS recognizes the effective date of the sale or transfer as the date from which all claims or adjustments are transferred to the new owner, regardless of the date of service or notification, the date of submission to DHS or the date of the decision , including the date of the decision, including the date of the transfer.
resulting from a subsequent review or reprocessing application. Any intention of the supplier or buyer must be taken into account in the sales contract and in the delivery documents and is the responsibility of the supplier and the buyer. DHS reserves the right to pursue monetary recovery or civil or criminal action against the seller. There is nothing in this agreement to deny the new owner`s commitment to contact DHS until the sale, merger or transfer comes into effect. Paper applications will continue to be accepted. 6. Sign up for the electronic transfer (EFT) if the provider is a paid provider and this is requested by DHS. 26. Execute all necessary security statements and provide certification or licensing information if DHS requires it for a particular type of supplier.
The supplier also undertakes to notify DHS of any changes to its certification or licensing status. B. Ensure that supplier staff, contractors and agents ensure, in accordance with the laws covered by 21.A, that (4) the adverse effects known by the supplier of a use, disclosure or security breach with respect to information protected by the supplier in violation of this agreement , be mitigated as part of the implementation. 22.