CHAPTER 296-31 - Crime victims compensation mental health treatment rules and fees (296-31-010 to 296-31-085)

  1. 296-31-010 - What mental health treatment and services are available?
  2. 296-31-012 - What mental health treatment and services are not authorized?
  3. 296-31-016 - What treatment or services require authorization from the crime victims compensation program?
  4. 296-31-030 - What are the eligibility requirements of a mental health treatment provider under the Crime Victims Act?
  5. 296-31-035 - How do I register to become an authorized provider with the crime victims compensation program?
  6. 296-31-045 - Can the department deny, revoke, suspend or impose conditions on a provider's authorization to treat crime victim claimants?
  7. 296-31-055 - What type of corrective action can be taken against providers?
  8. 296-31-056 - Can providers be charged interest on incorrect or inappropriate payments?
  9. 296-31-058 - What protest and appeal rights are available?
  10. 296-31-060 - What reports are required from mental health providers?
  11. 296-31-065 - Can my client be referred for a consultation?
  12. 296-31-067 - When is concurrent treatment allowed?
  13. 296-31-068 - When can a claimant transfer providers?
  14. 296-31-071 - What records must providers maintain?
  15. 296-31-072 - Are provider records subject to a health care services review or an audit?
  16. 296-31-073 - Can the department enlist utilization review or management programs?
  17. 296-31-074 - What if the claimant has an unrelated condition?
  18. 296-31-075 - What is excess recovery?
  19. 296-31-080 - How do providers bill for services?
  20. 296-31-085 - Can out-of-state providers bill the department?

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