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1. Intermediaries and participating providers with whom they contract shall comply with all the applicable requirements of sections 354.600 to 354.636.
2. A health carrier's statutory responsibility to monitor the offering of covered benefits to enrollees shall not be delegated or assigned to the intermediary.
3. If applicable, an intermediary shall transmit utilization documentation and claims paid documentation to the health carrier. The carrier shall monitor the timeliness and appropriateness of payments made to providers and health care services received by enrollees.
4. If applicable, an intermediary shall maintain the books, records, financial information and documentation of services provided to enrollees at its principal place of business in the state and preserve them for five years in a manner that facilitates regulatory review.
5. An intermediary shall allow a health carrier or the director access to the intermediary's books, records, financial information and any documentation of services provided to enrollees, as necessary to determine compliance with sections 354.600 to 354.636.
6. A health carrier shall have the right, in the event of the intermediary's insolvency, to require the assignment to the health carrier of the provisions of a provider's contract addressing the provider's obligation to furnish covered services.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Missouri Revised Statutes Title XXIII. Corporations, Associations and Partnerships § 354.621. Intermediary and participating provider requirements - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mo/title-xxiii-corporations-associations-and-partnerships/mo-rev-st-354-621.html
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