210 Neb. Admin. Code, ch. 32, § 006 - Notification of health care providers

The Excess Liability Fund shall provide the following notices to health care providers as appropriate.

006.01 Expiration Notice

If the Director has not received renewed proof of financial responsibility from a health care provider on or before the date such health care provider's professional liability insurance policy expires, the Excess Liability Fund shall cause a notice to be sent to the health care provider advising that if such proof is not received by the Director within 30 days, the qualification will expire on the date of the expiring proof of responsibility as set forth in Sub section(s) 004.02B.

006.02 Suspension Notice

If the Director has not received the health care provider's required surcharge premium within 30 days after the health care provider has provided proof of financial responsibility in accordance with 004.02B, the Excess Liability Fund shall cause a notice to be sent to the health care provider pursuant to Neb.Rev.Stat. §44-2829 advising that the Excess Liability Fund has not received the required surcharge; that the health care provider's qualification under the Act shall be suspended on a stated effective date not less than 30 days after the date of notice if the required surcharge is not paid and further stating that the suspension shall continue until the surcharge is paid.

006.03 Notice Acknowledging Qualification

Within five business days of receipt of the proof of financial responsibility and the required surcharge premium, the Excess Liability Fund shall notify the health care provider:

006.03A Whether the provider is qualified; and
006.03B If the provider is qualified, the qualification effective and expiration dates.
006.04 Manner of Notice

All notices provided in Sub section(s) 006 shall be sent by United States Mail, postage pre-paid to the health care providers last known address. Proof of mailing of the notices required by Sub sections 006.01 and 006.02 shall be maintained. All notification periods shall begin to run on the date of mailing the notice.


210 Neb. Admin. Code, ch. 32, § 006

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