Effective date.

Effective date.
(1) Upon receiving a FQHC's notice of intention to terminate the agreement, CMS will set a date upon which the termination takes effect. This effective date may be -
(i) The date proposed by the FQHC in its notice of intention to terminate, if that date is acceptable to CMS; or
(ii) Except as specified in paragraph (2) of this section, a date set by CMS, which is no later than 6 months after the date CMS receives the FQHC's notice of intention to terminate.
(2) The effective date of termination may be less than 6 months following CMS's receipt of the FQHC's notice of intention to terminate if CMS determines that termination on such a date would not -
(i) Unduly disrupt the furnishing of FQHC services to the community; or
(ii) Otherwise interfere with the effective and efficient administration of the Medicare program.
(3) The termination is effective at the end of the last day of business as a FQHC.

Source

42 CFR § 405.2436


Scoping language

None
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