<Section is subject to contingent voidness and contingent termination. See, also, § 15-66-202 effective on occurrence of contingency.>
(1) The department may audit the records and other documents of any hospital to ensure
that the proper utilization fees have been collected.
(2) The department may require the hospital to provide records and other documentation,
including books, ledgers, and registers, necessary for the department to verify the
proper amount of the utilization fee paid.
(3) A hospital shall maintain and make available for inspection by the department
sufficient records and other documentation to demonstrate the number of inpatient
bed days in the facility and the hospital outpatient revenue subject to the utilization
fees. The facility shall maintain these records for a period of at least 5 years from
the date the report is due.
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