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The medicaid director shall adopt rules under section 5165.02 of the Revised Code to implement sections 5165.50 to 5165.53 of the Revised Code, including rules applicable to an exiting operator that provides written notification under section 5165.50 of the Revised Code of a voluntary withdrawal of participation. Rules adopted under this section shall comply with the “Social Security Act,” section 1919(c)(2)(F), 42 U.S.C. 1396r(c)(2)(F), regarding restrictions on transfers or discharges of nursing facility residents in the case of a voluntary withdrawal of participation. The rules may prescribe a medicaid payment methodology and other procedures that are applicable after the effective date of a voluntary withdrawal of participation that differ from the payment methodology and other procedures that would otherwise apply. The rules shall specify all of the following:
(A) The method by which written notices to the department required by sections 5165.50 to 5165.53 of the Revised Code are to be provided;
(B) The forms and documents that are to be provided to the department of medicaid under sections 5165.511 and 5165.512 of the Revised Code, which shall include, in the case of such forms and documents provided by entering operators, all the fully executed leases, management agreements, merger agreements and supporting documents, and fully executed sales contracts and any other supporting documents culminating in the change of operator;
(C) The method by which the forms and documents identified in division (B) of this section are to be provided to the department.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Ohio Revised Code Title LI. Public Welfare § 5165.53 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/oh/title-li-public-welfare/oh-rev-code-sect-5165-53/
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