Title: Section 504.3 - Duties of the provider.
504.3 Duties of the provider. By enrolling the provider agrees:
(a) to prepare and to maintain contemporaneous records demonstrating its right to receive payment under the medical assistance program and to keep for a period of six years from the date the care, services or supplies were furnished, all records necessary to disclose the nature and extent of services furnished and all information regarding claims for payment submitted by, or on behalf of, the provider and to furnish such records and information, upon request, to the department, the Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, the Deputy Attorney General for Medicaid Fraud Control and the New York State Department of Health;
(b) to comply with the disclosure requirements of Part 502 of this Title with respect to ownership and control interests, significant business transactions and involvement with convicted persons;
(c) to accept payment from the medical assistance program as payment in full for all care, services and supplies billed under the program, except where specifically provided in law to the contrary;
(d) not to illegally discriminate on the basis of handicap, race, color, religion, national origin, sex or age;
(e) to submit claims for payment only for services actually furnished and which were medically necessary or otherwise authorized under the Social Services Law when furnished and which were provided to eligible persons;
(f) to submit claims on officially authorized claim forms in the manner specified by the department in conformance with the standards and procedures for claims submission;
(g) to permit audits, by the persons and agencies denominated in subdivision (a) of this section, of all books and records or, in the discretion of the auditing agency, a sample thereof, relating to services furnished and payments received under the medical assistance program, including patient histories, case files and patient-specific data;
(h) that the information provided in relation to any claim for payment shall be true, accurate and complete; and
(i) to comply with the rules, regulations and official directives of the department.