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  208.467.  Reimbursement allowance period, notification of balance due — delinquent when, state's lien against hospital property may be enforced — penalties. — 1.  A federal reimbursement allowance period shall be from the first day of October until the thirtieth day of September of the following year.  The department shall notify each hospital with a balance due on September thirtieth of each year the amount of such balance due.  If any hospital fails to pay its federal reimbursement allowance within thirty days of such notice, the assessment shall be delinquent.

  2.  If any assessment imposed under the provisions of sections 208.453 to 208.480 for a previous assessment period is unpaid and delinquent, the department of social services may proceed to enforce the state's lien against the property of the hospital and to compel the payment of such assessment in the circuit court having jurisdiction in the county where the hospital is located.  In addition, the director of the department of social services or the director's designee may cancel or refuse to issue, extend or reinstate a Medicaid provider agreement to any hospital which fails to pay the allowance required by section 208.453.

  3.  Failure to pay an assessment imposed under sections 208.450* to 208.480 shall be grounds for denial, suspension or revocation of a license granted under chapter 197.  The director of the department of social services may request that the director of the department of health and senior services deny, suspend or revoke the license of any hospital which fails to pay its assessment.

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(L. 1992 H.B. 1744 § 208.440, A.L. 1994 H.B. 1362)

Expires 9-30-21

*Section 208.450 was repealed by L. 1994 H.B. 1362.


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