Florida Medicaid Institutional Provider Agreement

3 (4) Term and Signatures. The parties agree that this is a voluntary agreement between the Agency and the supplier, in which the supplier undertakes to provide services or goods to medicaid recipients. If all registration conditions are met, this AGREEMENT shall remain in force for three (3) years from the date of entry into force of the Supplier`s initial registration permit, unless otherwise specified. With respect to re-registered suppliers, the contract remains in effect for three (3) years from the date of expiry of the agreement or the date on which the supplier signs the renewal contract, depending on the earlier date, unless otherwise terminated. This Agreement may be renewed only by mutual agreement. 8 (k) Meet all the requirements of Section 6032 (Employee Education About False Claims Recovery) of the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, if the supplier receives or earns $5 million or more per year under the State Plan. (l) provide, within thirty-five days (35) from the date on which the Secretary or medicaid agency so requests, complete and complete information on the ownership of a subcontractor by which the supplier has had business transactions totalling more than USD 25,000 during the (12) month ending on the day of the request; and all essential business transactions between the Supplier and a 100% Supplier or between the Supplier and a Subcontractor during the five (5) year period ending on the date of the request. . 2 (2) Quality of Service. The Supplier agrees that the services or goods invoiced to the MEDICAID Program must be medically necessary, of a quality comparable to that provided by the Supplier`s colleagues and within the parameters permitted by the Supplier`s license or certification. The supplier also undertakes to invoice only the services provided within the specialty or specialties indicated in the supplier`s application that is stored with the Agency. The services or goods must have been actually provided by the provider to eligible MEDICAID beneficiaries prior to the submission of the application.

(3) Compliance. The Parties agree that the Agency for Health Care (Agency) may only make payments for medical assistance and related services provided to MEDICAID beneficiaries to a natural or legal person who has a supplier agreement with the Agency that provides services or goods in accordance with federal, state and local laws and who agrees: no person is discriminated against on the basis of sex, disability, race, colour or national origin, other insurance or other reasons in connection with a programme or activity for which the claimant receives payment from the Agency. . . .