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12.6.6 Adverse Action Notices - Provider

ISSUE DATE: 12/2016

Give the affected provider at least 15 calendar days advance notice except when adverse action notice requirements are waived. See Chapter 12.1 (15-Day Notice Requirements) for the two exceptions.

Adverse actions include but are not limited to:

  • · A reduction in the hours of authorized care.
  • · An increase in the family’s copayment.
  • · An adverse determination of the provider’s eligibility.
  • Include the following in the written notice:

  • · The family’s name.
  • · A description of the adverse action that does NOT contain any information about why the action was taken.
  • · The effective date.
  • · A statement that unless the family appeals the adverse action prior to the effective
  • · date, the action will occur on the effective date.
  • Legal Authority

    Minnesota Rules 3400.0185, Subp. 4
    Minnesota Rules 3400.0040, Subp. 4

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