42 CFR 433.148 - Denial or termination of eligibility.
In administering the assignment of rights provision, the agency must:
(a) Deny or terminate eligibility for any applicant or beneficiary who -
(1) Refuses to assign his own rights or those of any other individual for whom he can legally make an assignment; or
(2) Refuses to cooperate as required under § 433.147(a) unless cooperation has been waived;
(b) Provide Medicaid to any individual who -
(1) Cannot legally assign his own rights; and
(2) Would otherwise be eligible for Medicaid but for the refusal, by a person legally able to assign his rights, to assign his rights or to cooperate as required by this subpart; and
(c) In denying or terminating eligibility, comply with the notice and hearing requirements of part 431, subpart E of this subchapter.
Title 42 published on 2015-10-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 42 CFR Part 433 after this date.