New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Chapter II - Regulations of the Department of Social Services
Subchapter E - Medical Care
Article 2 - Program Administration
Part 502 - Disclosure Of Information By Providers And Fiscal Agents
Section 502.1 - General requirements

Current through Register Vol. 45, No. 13, March 29, 2023

To be eligible to receive medical assistance payments for services, providers and fiscal agents (known as disclosing entities) are required with respect to their organizations or institutions to:

(a) disclose certain direct or indirect ownership and control information; and

(b) disclose information about any owner, agent or managing employee convicted of criminal offenses against programs operated pursuant to title XVIII (Medicare), title XIX (Medicaid) and title XX (Social Services) of the Federal Social Security Act.

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