N.D. Admin Code 75-02-09-17 - Private pay rates

Current through Supplement No. 383, January, 2022

1. The medical assistance rate may not exceed the rate charged to nonmedical assistance residents for the same service. The rate being charged nonmedical assistance residents at the time the services are provided will govern. In cases where the residents are not charged a daily rate, a daily rate will be computed by dividing the total nonmedical assistance charges for each month by the total nonmedical assistance census for each month.
2. If the established medical assistance rate exceeds the rate charged to nonmedical assistance residents for a service, on any given date, the facility shall immediately report that fact to the department and charge the department at the lower rate. If payments were received at the higher rate, the facility shall, within thirty days, refund the overpayment. The refund must be the difference between the established rate and the rate charged to nonmedical assistance residents times the number of medical assistance resident days paid during the period in which the established rate exceeded the nonmedical assistance rate plus interest calculated at two percent over the Bank of North Dakota prime rate on any amount not repaid within thirty days. Interest charges on these refunds are not allowable costs.

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N.D. Admin Code 75-02-09-17
Effective May 1, 1994; amended effective October 1, 2011.

General Authority: NDCC 50-24.1-04

Law Implemented: 42 USC 1396 a(a)(30)(A)

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