Current through Vol. 22-05, April 1, 2022
department shall issue a bulletin recognizing the organizations it deems
similar to the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
for the accreditation of neurological rehabilitation clinics pursuant to
section 3157(12) of the act, MCL 500.3157. The department's recognition remains
in effect until revoked.
neurological rehabilitation clinic that seeks payment or reimbursement for
services rendered to an injured person for an accidental bodily injury covered
by personal protection insurance under chapter 31 of the act, MCL 500.3101 to
500.3179, shall, upon the department's request, submit on a form prescribed by
the department the following information, as applicable:
(a) Proof of accreditation by CARF or a
similar organization recognized by the director as referenced in subrule (1) of
(b) If a neurological
rehabilitation clinic is in the process of becoming accredited on July 1, 2021,
information concerning its status in the accreditation process with updates
provided to the department every 6 months thereafter until the neurological
rehabilitation clinic is accredited.
(3) A neurological rehabilitation clinic that
is in the process of becoming accredited on July 1, 2021, is entitled to
payment or reimbursement for services for 3 years after the date on which the
neurological rehabilitation clinic submitted its application for accreditation.
A neurological rehabilitation clinic is not entitled to payment or
reimbursement after three years have elapsed since the date its application for
accreditation was submitted and is not entitled to payment or reimbursement
unless and until it becomes accredited.