Dispute resolution.

Dispute resolution.
(1) When a participating CAP physician is dissatisfied with an approved CAP vendor's service or the quality of a CAP drug supplied by the approved CAP vendor, then the participating CAP physician may use the approved CAP vendor's grievance process. If the service or quality issues are not resolved through the grievance process to the physician's satisfaction, then the participating CAP physician may ask the designated carrier to -
(i) Review the approved CAP vendor's performance; and
(ii) Potentially recommend termination of the approved CAP vendor's CAP contract.
(2) Responsibility of the designated carrier. The designated carrier -
(i) Gathers information from the local carrier, the participating CAP physician, the beneficiary, and the approved CAP vendor; and
(ii) Makes a recommendation to CMS on whether the approved CAP vendor has been meeting the service and quality obligations of its CAP contract. This recommendation will include numbered findings of fact.
(3) CMS will review the recommendation of the designated carrier and, gather relevant additional information from the approved CAP vendor, the participating CAP physician, the local carrier, and the beneficiary before deciding whether to terminate the approved CAP vendor's CAP contract.
(4) The approved CAP vendor may appeal that termination by requesting a reconsideration. A determination must be made as to whether the approved CAP vendor has been meeting the service and quality obligations of its CAP contract. The approved CAP vendor's contract will remain suspended during the reconsideration process.

Source

42 CFR § 414.917


Scoping language

None
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