42 CFR 422.382 - Minimum net worth amount.
(1) At least $1,500,000, except as provided in paragraph (a)(2) of this section.
(2) No less than $1,000,000 based on evidence from the organization's financial plan (under § 422.384) demonstrating to CMS's satisfaction that the organization has available to it an administrative infrastructure that CMS considers appropriate to reduce, control or eliminate start-up administrative costs.
(1) One million dollars;
(2) Two percent of annual premium revenues as reported on the most recent annual financial statement filed with CMS for up to and including the first $150,000,000 of annual premiums and 1 percent of annual premium revenues on premiums in excess of $150,000,000;
(3) An amount equal to the sum of three months of uncovered health care expenditures as reported on the most recent financial statement filed with CMS; or
(4) Using the most recent financial statement filed with CMS, an amount equal to the sum of -
(i) Eight percent of annual health care expenditures paid on a non-capitated basis to non-affiliated providers; and
(iii) Annual health care expenditures that are paid on a capitated basis to affiliated providers are not included in the calculation of the net worth requirement (regardless of downstream arrangements from the affiliated provider) under paragraphs (a) and (b)(4) of this section.
(c) Calculation of the minimum net worth amount -
(1) Cash requirement.
(2) Intangible assets. An organization may include intangible assets, the value of which is based on Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), in the minimum net worth amount calculation subject to the following limitations -
(i) At the time of application.
(B) Up to 10 percent of the minimum net worth amount, if less than $1,000,000 of the minimum net worth amount is met through cash or cash equivalents, or if CMS has used its discretion under paragraph (a)(2) of this section.
(ii) From the effective date of the contract.
(3) Health care delivery assets. Subject to the other provisions of this section, a PSO may apply 100 percent of the GAAP depreciated value of health care delivery assets (HCDAs) to satisfy the minimum net worth amount.
(4) Other assets. A PSO may apply other assets not used in the delivery of health care provided that those assets are valued according to statutory accounting practices (SAP) as defined by the State.