(c) may adopt, for each Party, different requirements and provisions and include them in the supplier agreement that the Agency deems necessary for the proper management and effectiveness of the Medicaid program. (a) declare the applicant as a Medicaid provider; (a) in its possession at the time of signing the supplier contract and maintain, where applicable, a valid professional or furnishing licence for the services or goods provided throughout the term of the contract, as required by the State or the place where the supplier is located and the federal government. h) the civil liability and the exemption, defense and degradation of the Agency from all claims, actions, judgments or damages, including legal costs and attorneys` fees resulting from the negligence or omission of the provider in the provision of services to a recipient or person who is presumed to be a recipient. 6. A Medicaid provider contract may be revoked at the Agency`s option as a result of a change in ownership of an institution, association, partnership, or other organization mentioned in the vendor agreement as a provider. A supplier must inform the Agency 60 days in advance before changing the ownership of the entity referred to in the supplier agreement as a supplier. (b) It is prohibited to require the provider to reimburse in all cases where the Overpayment of Medicaid is due to an error made by the department in determining a beneficiary`s eligibility. (b) the business meets all other requirements of a Medicaid provider at the time of providing the services or goods; and (c) full and accurate disclosure of any financial or proprietary shares that the provider or principal, partner or major shareholder may hold in another Medicaid provider or other health-related organization or any other agency authorized by the state to provide care and health care or care to persons. (c) The Agency may authorize a provider to participate in the Medicaid program until the results of the criminal record review are available. However, such authorisation shall be revoked altogether if the verification of the recordings reveals a criminal history as defined in subsection (10).
(1) Any Supplier Agreement shall require the Supplier to comply fully with all state and federal laws relating to the Medicaid Program as well as all federal, state and local licensing laws, if necessary, and the exercise of any of the healing powers, and obligated the Supplier to provide services or goods at least to the extent and quality it offers to the public. 4. An offer agreement provides that, where the supplier sells or transfers an interest or practice that essentially constitutes the entity referred to in the supplier agreement as a supplier, or sells or transfers an organization essential to the entity referred to in the supplier agreement as a supplier, the supplier is required to keep Records related to Medicaid and make it available to the Agency, in the case of the sale or transfer of the commercial interest, commercial practice or establishment in the same manner as if the sale or transaction had not taken place, unless the supplier enters into an agreement with the buyer of the commercial interest, commercial practice or establishment in order to satisfy that requirement. . . .