Kan. Admin. Regs. § 30-65-1 - Eligible providers, loans, interest, repayment
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021
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30-65-1. Eligible providers, loans, interest, repayment. (a) Only providers of mental retardation or developmental disability (MR/DD) services otherwise recognized and approved pursuant to MR/DD programs administered by the department of SRS shall be eligible to participate in the MR/DD provider revolving fund program.
(b) Loans issued under this program shall not exceed the equivalent of the reimbursable sums which would be allowed for the particular services provided over a period of time not to exceed four months.
(c) Interest shall not be charged to the provider on any sums loaned.
(d) Each loan shall be repaid in accordance with the terms and conditions specified in that particular loan agreement, but in no case shall the term during which repayment is to be made exceed twice the length of time upon which the loan amount was calculated. If any provider becomes in arrears or in default on the provider's repayment, then those arrearages or unpaid sums may be offset and deducted by the department from any future reimbursement or grant awards due to the provider from the department. (Authorized by and implementing L. 1993, Chapter 292, Sec. 30(b); effective, T-30-10-21-93, Oct. 21, 1993; effective Dec. 6, 1993.)