As of the date of entry into force, the landlord confers on the tenant all the rights, titles and interests of the landlord to the landlord`s Medicare supplier number and the lessor`s Medicare provider contract. (c) termination of agreements with hospitals that do not provide necessary information. In the case of a hospital in the possession of a physician, CMS may, within the meaning of p. 489, paragraph 3, terminate the claimant contract if the hospital holds the requirements of p. 489.20 (u) or w. In the case of other participating hospitals, cms may, under P. 489.24, terminate the supplier contract if the participating hospital does not meet the requirements of S. 489.20 (w). (ii) Qualified Care Facilities (NFS). For an NFS with defects that directly endanger the health or safety of residents, CMS notifies at least 2 days before the termination of the supplier contract comes into effect. (7) It failed at the time of the contract or the renewal of the disclosure of information on convicted persons, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 420.204 of this chapter. (a) the basis for the termination of the contract. CMS may terminate the contract with any supplier if CMS finds that one of the following defects is due to that supplier and may, in addition to the termination requirements of agreements with the supplier in force in this chapter, terminate the contract with any supplier to which the defects in paragraphs (a) (2), (13) and (18) of this section are responsible.
2. The provider limits the people it accepts for treatment and does not exempt Medicare recipients from these restrictions and does not apply them to Medicare recipients in the same way as all other patients. (13) The supplier refuses to allow the reproduction of records or other information by cmS or on behalf of the CMS, to the extent necessary to determine or verify compliance with participation requirements. b) termination of agreements with certain hospitals. In the case of a hospital or hospital equipped with an emergency room within the meaning of p. 489.24 (b), CMS may terminate the provider contract if – Medicare providers have until December 31 of each year to make changes to their participation decisions.