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1. For purposes of this section, the following terms mean:
(1) “Engaging in the business of providing health benefit services”, accepting payment for health benefit services;
(2) “Intermediate care facility for the intellectually disabled”, a private or department of mental health facility which admits persons who are intellectually disabled or developmentally disabled for residential habilitation and other services pursuant to chapter 630. Such term shall include habilitation centers and private or public intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled that have been certified to meet the conditions of participation under 42 CFR, Section 483, Subpart 1;
(3) “Net operating revenues from providing services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled” shall include, without limitation, all moneys received on account of such services pursuant to rates of reimbursement established and paid by the department of social services, but shall not include charitable contributions, grants, donations, bequests and income from nonservice related fund-raising activities and government deficit financing, contractual allowance, discounts or bad debt;
(4) “Services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled” has the same meaning as the term “services of intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded”, as used in Title 42 United States Code, Section 1396b(w)(7)(A)(iv), as amended, and as such qualifies as a class of health care services recognized in federal Public Law 102-234, the Medicaid Voluntary Contribution and Provider Specific Tax Amendment of 1991.
2. Beginning July 1, 2008, each provider of services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled shall, in addition to all other fees and taxes now required or paid, pay assessments on their net operating revenues for the privilege of engaging in the business of providing services of the intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled or developmentally disabled in this state.
3. Each facility's assessment shall be based on a formula set forth in rules and regulations promulgated by the department of mental health.
4. For purposes of determining rates of payment under the medical assistance program for providers of services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled, the assessment imposed pursuant to this section on net operating revenues shall be a reimbursable cost to be reflected as timely as practicable in rates of payment applicable within the assessment period, contingent, for payments by governmental agencies, on all federal approvals necessary by federal law and regulation for federal financial participation in payments made for beneficiaries eligible for medical assistance under Title XIX of the federal Social Security Act.
5. Assessments shall be submitted by or on behalf of each provider of services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled on a monthly basis to the director of the department of mental health or his or her designee and shall be made payable to the director of the department of revenue.
6. In the alternative, a provider may direct that the director of the department of social services offset, from the amount of any payment to be made by the state to the provider, the amount of the assessment payment owed for any month.
7. Assessment payments shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the “Intermediate Care Facility Intellectually Disabled Reimbursement Allowance Fund”, which is hereby created in the state treasury. All investment earnings of this fund shall be credited to the fund. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 33.080 to the contrary, any unexpended balance in the intermediate care facility intellectually disabled reimbursement allowance fund at the end of the biennium shall not revert to the general revenue fund but shall accumulate from year to year. The state treasurer shall maintain records that show the amount of money in the fund at any time and the amount of any investment earnings on that amount.
8. Each provider of services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled shall keep such records as may be necessary to determine the amount of the assessment for which it is liable under this section. On or before the forty-fifth day after the end of each month commencing July 1, 2008, each provider of services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled shall submit to the department of social services a report on a cash basis that reflects such information as is necessary to determine the amount of the assessment payable for that month.
9. Every provider of services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled shall submit a certified annual report of net operating revenues from the furnishing of services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled. The reports shall be in such form as may be prescribed by rule by the director of the department of mental health. Final payments of the assessment for each year shall be due for all providers of services of intermediate care facilities for the intellectually disabled upon the due date for submission of the certified annual report.
10. The director of the department of mental health shall prescribe by rule the form and content of any document required to be filed pursuant to the provisions of this section.
11. Upon receipt of notification from the director of the department of mental health of a provider's delinquency in paying assessments required under this section, the director of the department of social services shall withhold, and shall remit to the director of the department of revenue, an assessment amount estimated by the director of the department of mental health from any payment to be made by the state to the provider.
12. In the event a provider objects to the estimate described in subsection 11 of this section, or any other decision of the department of mental health related to this section, the provider of services may request a hearing. If a hearing is requested, the director of the department of mental health shall provide the provider of services an opportunity to be heard and to present evidence bearing on the amount due for an assessment or other issue related to this section within thirty days after collection of an amount due or receipt of a request for a hearing, whichever is later. The director shall issue a final decision within forty-five days of the completion of the hearing. After reconsideration of the assessment determination and a final decision by the director of the department of mental health, an intermediate care facility for the intellectually disabled provider's appeal of the director's final decision shall be to the administrative hearing commission in accordance with sections 208.156 and 621.055.
13. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, appeals regarding this assessment shall be to the circuit court of Cole County or the circuit court in the county in which the facility is located. The circuit court shall hear the matter as the court of original jurisdiction.
14. Nothing in this section shall be deemed to affect or in any way limit the tax-exempt or nonprofit status of any intermediate care facility for the intellectually disabled granted by state law.
15. The director of the department of mental health shall promulgate rules and regulations to implement this section. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028. This section and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date, or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2008, shall be invalid and void.
16. The provisions of this section shall expire on September 30, 2018.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Missouri Revised Statutes Title XL. Additional Executive Departments § 633.401. Definitions--assessment imposed, formula--rates of payment--fund created, use of moneys--record-keeping requirements--report--appeal process--rulemaking authority--expiration date - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mo/title-xl-additional-executive-departments/mo-rev-st-633-401.html
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