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10.25.15.00.htm 10.25.15.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 25 MARYLAND HEALTH CARE COMMISSION Chapter 15 Management Service Organization State Designation Authority: Health-General Article, §4-302, 19-103(c)2)i) and (ii) 19-109(a)1) 19-135(a) (b) and (d) and 19-143(h) Annotated Code of Maryland
10.25.15.01.htm 10.25.15.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter applies to the State designation of management service organizations. Only a management service organization that is awarded State Designation status by the Maryland Health Care Commission pursuant to this chapter may represent itself as a State-Designated management service organization.
10.25.15.02.htm 10.25.15.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Commission” or “MHCC” means the Maryland Health Care Commission.. 2) “Electronic health record” or “EHR” means a complete electronic record system that:. a) Contains health-related information on one or more individuals; and. b) Is certified by an authorized testing and certification body designated by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
10.25.15.03.htm 10.25.15.03. 03 Procedure for Initial State Designation.. A. Application.. 1) An entity seeking MSO State Designation shall submit an application in a form and manner specified by the Commission.2) The application shall be signed by an individual authorized by the entity submitting the application.B. Requirements for State Designation. An applicant for MSO State Designation shall:. 1) Demonstrate that it meets all MSO State Designation criteria in effect at the date of application;
10.25.15.04.htm 10.25.15.04. 04 Procedure for Renewal of State Designation.. A. An application for renewal of State Designation shall:. 1) Be made at least 30 days before the expiration of the State Designation in a form and manner specified by the Commission; and2) Demonstrate compliance with the MSO State Designation criteria in effect at the date of application for renewal.B. Commission staff shall review a renewal application to determine compliance with the State Designation criteria.
10.25.15.05.htm 10.25.15.05. 05 Denial of an Initial or Renewal Application.. A. An MSO whose initial or renewal application was denied may seek Commission review of the denial.. B. A written request for Commission review of the denial of an application shall:. 1) Be filed within 20 days of the receipt of the denial;. 2) State with particularity the grounds and factual basis for the applicant’s disagreement with the denial; and3) Be supported by relevant documentation and affidavits.. C. The Commission may det
10.25.15.06.htm 10.25.15.06. 06 Nontransferability of Designation.. State Designation issued pursuant to this chapter may not be sold, assigned, leased, or transferred in any way.
10.25.15.07.htm 10.25.15.07. 07 Closure, Sale, or Transfer of All or Part of a State-Designated MSO.. A. At least 60 days before the closure, sale, lease, assignment, or transfer of all or part of a State-Designated MSO to any person or entity that was not identified as an owner of the MSO at the time of the most recent certification by the Commission, the State-Designated MSO shall notify the Commission of the impending closure, sale, lease, assignment, or transfer of the State-Designated MSO and
10.25.15.08.htm 10.25.15.08. 08 Commission Oversight of State-Designated MSOs.. A. Commission staff may, on its own initiative or in response to information provided to the Commission, investigate any State-Designated MSO or applicant for State Designation.B. Following an investigation, the Executive Director may issue a notice of proposed action, which may include the following:1) A time-limited opportunity to correct deficiencies identified by the investigation;. 2) Suspension of the Stat
10.25.15.9999.htm 10.25.15.9999. Administrative History Effective date: November 15, 2010 (37:23 Md. R. 1610) ―. Regulations .01―11 repealed and new Regulations .01―08 adopted effective August 18, 2014 (41:16 Md. R. 946)
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