(1) Section 2101(a) of the Act, which provides that the purpose of title XXI is to provide funds to States to enable them to initiate and expand the provision of child health assistance to uninsured, low-income children in an effective and efficient manner; and
(2) Section 2107(e) of the Act, which provides that certain title XIX and title XI provisions, including the following, apply to States under title XXI in the same manner as they apply to a State under title XIX:
(i) Section 1902(a)(4)(C) of the Act, relating to conflict of interest standards.
(ii) Paragraphs (2), (16), and (17), of section 1903(i) of the Act, relating to limitations on payment.
(iii) Section 1903(w) of the Act, relating to limitations on provider taxes and donations.
(iv) Section 1124 of the Act, relating to disclosure of ownership and related information.
(v) Section 1126 of the Act, relating to disclosure of information about certain convicted individuals.
(vi) Section 1128 of the Act, relating to exclusions.
(vii) Section 1128A of the Act, relating to civil monetary penalties.
(viii) Section 1128B(d) of the Act, relating to criminal penalties for certain additional charges.
(ix) Section 1132 of the Act, relating to periods within which claims must be filed.
(x) Sections 1902(a)(77) and 1902(kk) of the Act relating to provider and supplier screening, oversight, and reporting requirements.
(b) Scope. This subpart sets forth requirements, options, and standards for program integrity assurances that must be included in the approved State plan.
(c) Applicability. This subpart applies to separate child health programs. Medicaid expansion programs are subject to the program integrity rules and requirements specified under title XIX.
[66 FR 2685, Jan. 11, 2001, as amended at 76 FR 5970, Feb. 2, 2011]
Title 42 published on 2012-10-01
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