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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services

Revised: 07-10-2017

  • Overview
  • Eligible Providers
  • Eligible Recipients
  • Authorization Requirements
  • Placing Authority Responsibility
  • Covered Services
  • Noncovered Services
  • Billing
  • Definitions
  • Legal References
  • Overview

    Publicly paid chemical dependency (CD) treatment services are delivered two different ways in Minnesota:

  • • Managed care
  • • Fee-for-service
  • The Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund (CCDTF) is the only fee-for-service payment mechanism for CD treatment services in Minnesota. Medical Assistance (MA) and MinnesotaCare recipients not receiving their services through a managed care organization (MCO) must receive funding for their services through the CCDTF. People who are not on public health care can also receive services through the CCDTF if they meet CCDTF income and household size guidelines. This section pertains specifically to the CCDTF.

    The CCDTF is accessed through a person’s county or tribe of residence. Each county and tribe is responsible for the following:

  • • Rule 25 assessment
  • • Determination of financial eligibility
  • • Placement of a person who needs CD treatment services
  • Throughout the rest of this section, “recipient” refers to a recipient of Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) services, including CCDTF services.

    Eligible Providers

    To be eligible for referrals and reimbursement through the CCDTF as a CD treatment provider, you must do all of the following:

  • • Enroll and maintain a provider agreement with MHCP.
  • • Enroll and participate in the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Normative Evaluation System (DAANES).
  • • Continually comply with the standards in the provider agreement.
  • • Possess an acceptable license to provide CD treatment services, room-and-board services or both types of services.
  • • Submit an annual financial statement that reports functional expenses of CD treatment costs in a form approved by the commissioner.
  • Acceptable Licenses

    Several different types of licenses are acceptable for reimbursement through the CCDTF, including:

  • • Rule 31 chemical health treatment provider license
  • Children’s Residential Facility with chemical dependency certification
  • • Appropriate tribal license, for providers located on tribe-owned reservation property
  • • Appropriate room-and-board license
  • • For out-of-state providers, an appropriate CD treatment license for their state
  • *Room-and-board providers must meet the following criteria to become eligible for CCDTF reimbursement:

  • • Be certified by the county or tribal governing body as:
  • • having rules prohibiting residents from bringing chemicals into the facility or using chemicals while residing in the facility and
  • • providing consequences for infractions of those rules.
  • • Have a current contract with a county or tribal governing body.
  • • Meet applicable health and safety requirements.
  • • Not be a jail or prison.
  • • Not be concurrently receiving Group Residential Housing (GRH) funding for the recipient.
  • If you have more than one service delivery location, you must obtain a separate license for and enroll each service delivery location.

    Contact the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Division if you have questions about the appropriateness of a license.

    Initial and Ongoing Provider Enrollment with MHCP

    As a provider, to enroll or renew your enrollment with MHCP, you must complete the following enrollment documents and submit them to us:

  • MHCP Enrollment Application (DHS-4016) (PDF)
  • Provider Agreement (DHS-4138) (PDF)
  • Provider Agreement Addendum-Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund (DHS-3491) (PDF)
  • MHCP Disclosure of Ownership & Control Interest Statement for Participating Providers (DHS-5259) (PDF)
  • Direct Deposit/Electronic Funds Transfer Provider Letter, Instructions & Authorization Form (PDF)
  • CCDTF Residential/Inpatient Assurance Statement (DHS-6381) (PDF)
  • CCDTF Outpatient Services Assurance Statement (DHS-6382) (PDF)
  • Additional documents may be required. Fax all enrollment documents to MHCP Provider Enrollment at 651-431-7462.

    DAANES

    As a CD treatment provider, you will not receive reimbursement unless you have complied with the DAANES requirements for each CCDTF recipient. Contact the DAANES office at 651-431-2631 to obtain the necessary training and documents required to participate in DAANES.

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    Eligible Recipients

    Access

    Refer a person to the Rule 25 assessment number or the social service agency (DHS-5685) (PDF) in the person’s county or tribe of residence. The county or tribal agency determines the person’s need for treatment by conducting a Rule 25 chemical use assessment, and determines whether the person is eligible to have his or her treatment paid for using public funds.

  • • MA or MinnesotaCare recipients who are receiving services through an MCO should contact their MCO for a Rule 25 assessment. The MCO will instruct them how to access this assessment and the appropriate treatment services.
  • • MA or MinnesotaCare recipients who are not receiving their services through an MCO should contact the Rule 25 assessment number at their county or tribe of residence.
  • Eligibility for the CCDTF is based on two criteria: clinical need and financial eligibility. If a person is determined to both have a clinical need for treatment and be financially eligible for the CCDTF, then the CCDTF can pay for the person’s CD treatment services.

    Clinical Eligibility

    Clinical eligibility is based on the results of a Rule 25 chemical use assessment. This is a face-to-face interview conducted by a qualified assessor. The assessor gathers information using the Rule 25 Assessment Tool and the Minnesota Matrix to determine clinical eligibility. A person who scores a severity rating of 2, 3 or 4 in Dimension IV, V or VI meets clinical eligibility requirements for treatment.

    A Rule 25 assessment using the Rule 25 Assessment Tool and Minnesota Matrix is required for any person seeking public payment for CD treatment services, whether the person is assessed by his or her county or tribe of residence or MCO.

    Financial Eligibility

    Financial eligibility has two parts:

    1.

    If a person has private, commercial insurance that covers 100 percent of the type and length of treatment he or she needs, he or she is not eligible for the CCDTF. If a person has less than 100 percent coverage (i.e., has a copay, a deductible or an 80/20 policy), he or she may be eligible.

    2.

    The second part of financial eligibility is whether the person meets the CCDTF financial eligibility guidelines. The CCDTF financial eligibility guidelines are 133 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG) based on the CCDTF definitions of household size and income. Find financial eligibility guidelines for the current and previous years on the E-Memo & Bulletins section of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division’s website.

    Authorization Requirements

    Initial Authorization

    CD treatment services must be pre-authorized by a county or tribe. Once the county or tribe determines that a person meets both the clinical and financial requirements for CCDTF eligibility, the county or tribe completes a Client Placement Authorization (CPA) (DHS-2780) (PDF), recording the parameters of the service authorization. The county or tribe then authorizes the services by entering the information on the CPA into the Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) to create a service agreement.

    Once all the information is correctly entered and approval of the service agreement is recorded in MMIS, a service agreement letter is generated and distributed to your MN–ITS mailbox. A letter is sent to the recipient authorized to receive the services. The service agreement letter provides documentation to you as a provider about the services that are authorized, and MMIS is prepared to process claims for the authorized services.

    You may want to require a completed and signed CPA for each recipient before admission. Doing this will provide additional documentation of the service agreement.

    You cannot bill MHCP for CCDTF-authorized services until you receive a service agreement letter. If you have not received a service agreement letter, you must contact the authorizing county or tribe. Having a copy of the CPA is often helpful in getting the county or tribe to process the authorization.

    Request duplicate letters from the authorizing county or tribe.

    Midtreatment Authorization

    A recipient may be approved and referred for treatment by one placing authority and then experience a change in his or her eligibility or enrollment status while in treatment. When this occurs, providers and placing authorities have specific responsibilities.

    Month-by-Month Structure
    Responsibility for assessments, authorizations, continued authorizations and payments may change on a month-to-month basis, depending on the person’s status with regard to public health care eligibility, and whether the person is enrolled in an MCO. As stated in Rule 25, counties, tribes and MCOs are all “placing authorities.”

    When the placing authority changes, the new placing authority must honor the existing placement, at least until the new placing authority completes a Rule 25 assessment update. Only after a Rule 25 assessment update is completed can the new placing authority choose to transfer the recipient to a different provider. The new placing authority can choose to change providers for clinical reasons (e.g., recipient’s clinical needs changed) or because of its preference in providers (e.g., the current provider is not in the placing authority’s network and the authority prefers to use an in-network provider).

    Since the placing authority can change at any time during the assessment, referral and treatment process, you must take several steps to ensure proper authorization for the recipient’s treatment services, as well as to ensure payment from the correct placing authority.

    Follow these guidelines to determine who is responsible for what when the placing authority changes at different steps in the assessment, placement and treatment process.

    When the placing authority changes between the request for an assessment and the assessment interview:

  • • The existing placing authority refers the person to the new placing authority.
  • • The new placing authority is responsible for the assessment.
  • When the placing authority changes between the assessment interview and the determination:

  • • The existing placing authority completes the determination and referral process.
  • • The new placing authority honors the “path” (plan) that the existing placing authority is initiating.
  • • The new placing authority is responsible for payment for the referred services.
  • • The new placing authority cannot transfer the recipient to a different provider without first conducting an assessment update.
  • When the placing authority changes between the determination and the referral to treatment:

  • • The existing placing authority completes the referral process.
  • • The new placing authority honors the “path” (plan) that the existing placing authority initiated.
  • • The new placing authority is responsible for payment for the referred services.
  • • The new placing authority cannot transfer the recipient to a different provider without first conducting an assessment update.
  • When the placing authority changes between the referral to treatment and the admission to treatment:

  • • The new placing authority honors the “path” (plan) that the existing placing authority initiated.
  • • The new placing authority is responsible for payment for the referred services.
  • • The new placing authority cannot transfer the recipient to a different provider without first conducting an assessment update.
  • When the placing authority changes after the admission to treatment:

  • • The new placing authority honors the placement.
  • • The new placing authority is responsible for payment for the referred services.
  • • The new placing authority cannot transfer the recipient to a different provider without first conducting an assessment update.
  • Enrollment and Disenrollment

    A person who applies for and receives public health care may be enrolled in an MCO. The MCO becomes responsible for managing the recipient’s health care as of the first day of the month the recipient is enrolled with the MCO. When a person is referred to CD treatment by a county or tribe, and subsequently is enrolled in an MCO, the MCO is responsible for the recipient’s CD treatment as of the first day of the month that the recipient is enrolled in the MCO.

    A recipient enrolled in an MCO may become disenrolled from the MCO but keep his or her public health care. The recipient’s health care is then fee-for-service (FFS), and the recipient is entitled to have his or her CD treatment services paid for with public funds. Since the recipient is disenrolled, the MCO is no longer responsible for his or her health care. The county or tribe of residence is responsible for the recipient and the payments, through the CCDTF, as of the first day of the month following the recipient’s MCO disenrollment.

    If a person loses his or her public health care, the person needs to immediately be referred to the Rule 25 assessment number at the social service agency (DHS-5685) (PDF) in his or her county or tribe of residence so that the county or tribe can determine whether the person is eligible for funding through the CCDTF.

    Eligibility Verification

    Providers are responsible for verifying a person’s eligibility at two critical points in time:

  • • Admission
  • • Monthly
  • You can verify eligibility using MN–ITS. You must check MN–ITS to see whether:

  • • The person has any public health care (e.g., MA or MinnesotaCare).
  • • The person is enrolled in an MCO (for example, HealthPartners, Medica, Hennepin Health).
  • Placing Authority Responsibility

    When checking eligibility, refer to the following table:

    Is person on MA and MinnesotaCare?

    Is person receiving services through an MCO?

    Responsible Placing Authority:

    No

    No

    County or tribe of residence

    Yes

    No

    County or tribe of residence

    Yes

    Yes, at nontribal 638 facilities

    MCO

    Yes

    Yes, at tribal 638 facilities

    County or tribe residence

    Institutions for Mental Disease (IMD)

    If the facility is an institution for mental disease (IMD), the following exceptions to the above procedures apply:

  • • MCOs, as placing authorities, are responsible for IMD placements that they authorize. A provider, county or other designee may provide assessments; however, all IMD placements for enrollees must be coordinated and authorized with the responsible MCO. The MCO is then responsible for the recipient and the associated payments until the recipient is discharged or the recipient disenrolls from the MCO, whichever comes first. Recipients who are initially placed in an IMD through the CCDTF and are then enrolled in an MCO remain the responsibility of the CCDTF until discharge.
  • Inpatient Hospital Placements
    When a placing authority initiates a placement at an inpatient hospital provider, the placing authority remains responsible for the placement through discharge, regardless of whether the person’s eligibility status changes.

    Placing Authority and MCO Notification

    If, when checking eligibility, you learn that the placing authority currently responsible for the recipient is different from the previous placing authority, you must immediately take the following steps:

    1.

    Obtain a signed release of information from the recipient to allow you to share clinical information with the new placing authority.

    2.

    Forward the signed release of information and the most recent Assessment & Placement Summary (DHS-2794) (PDF) received from the Rule 25 assessor to the new placing authority. Use the contacts found on the last page of the MCO Contacts Grids, metro area (DHS-4485) (PDF) or greater Minnesota (DHS-4484) (PDF), or the CCDTF Coordinator Directory (DHS-5686) (PDF) to locate the appropriate forwarding information.

    3.

    Forward any additional documents as requested by the new placing authority.

    A recipient can also move from one MCO to another MCO. When this occurs, follow the procedure described above with the previous and new MCOs.

    Covered Services

    Chemical Dependency Treatment

    CCDTF and MCOs cover all services provided under a licensed program of care. These services include:

  • • Nonresidential treatment
  • • Residential treatment
  • • Hospital-based inpatient treatment
  • • Room and board (when CD treatment is currently authorized and used)
  • • Service coordination
  • Service Coordination

    As a Rule 31 licensed provider, you must offer service coordination to your recipients unless it is “clinically inappropriate and the justifying clinical rationale is documented.”

    Refer to the Rate Reform Grid with Dollar Amounts (PDF) document for possible enrolled service combinations and rates.

    If you are a residentially licensed provider, the services you provide must be contracted, authorized and billed using daily units.

    If you are a non-residentially licensed provider, the services you provide must be contracted for, authorized and billed using hourly units.

    Medication-assisted therapies must be contracted for, authorized and billed using daily units.

    Detoxification

    Detoxification is covered by the CCDTF only if it is part of a licensed program of care.

    Detoxification is covered by an MCO only if it is deemed medically necessary.

    Managed Care Recipients

    Recipients who get their MA or MinnesotaCare services through an MCO must work with their MCO to obtain prior authorization for services. If you are serving a recipient who gets MA or MinnesotaCare services through an MCO, you must work with the recipient’s MCO on authorization and payment issues.

    The CCDTF does not pay for services for a recipient who is enrolled in an MCO, except in the following situations:

  • • The recipient is placed by a county or tribe into a CD treatment provider classified as an IMD (DHS-4164A) (PDF). The county or tribe remains responsible for the recipient through discharge, and the CCDTF pays for these services.
  • • A county or tribe places the recipient into an inpatient hospital-based residential program. The county or tribe remains responsible for the recipient through discharge, and the CCDTF pays for these services.
  • • The recipient receives services at a freestanding room-and-board program or a residential room-and-board program.
  • • The recipient is an American Indian who is enrolled in a prepaid health plan and is placed at a CCDTF-enrolled tribal 638 facility.
  • Billing Freestanding and Residential Program Room-and-Board Charges for MCO Enrollees

    On and after July 1, 2014, bill freestanding or residential program room-and-board charges (revenue codes 1002 and 1003) that are authorized by the MCO to MHCP using MN–ITS Direct Data Entry (DDE) or Batch. Report the following information in the “Value Code” field:

  • • Value code 80 and the number of inpatient covered days
  • • Value code 24 and the appropriate amount from the Rate Reform Grid with Dollar Amounts (9/9/2016) or tables, if the facility qualifies for a rate enhancement
  • A service agreement is not required. Do not report a service agreement number on the claim.

    MCOs continue to be the placing authorities for clients enrolled in them. Therefore, MCOs will continue to authorize all services, including room and board, for MCO enrollees. Do not bill for services that require MCO authorization or services that are in an appeal process until the services are authorized.

    Noncovered Services

    MHCP will not reimburse for the following services or situations:

  • • Services provided by a nonlicensed provider
  • • Services provided by a provider that does not have a host county or tribal purchase of service contract
  • • Services not included in the provider’s host county or tribal purchase of service contract
  • • Services provided by a non-MHCP-enrolled provider
  • • Services provided by individuals (CCDTF reimburses only licensed providers)
  • • Room-and-board services that are not clinically or medically necessary
  • • Room-and-board services without a concurrent treatment span
  • • Rule 25 chemical use assessments
  • • Services delivered to people who are not financially eligible for the CCDTF
  • • Services delivered to people who are not clinically eligible for the CCDTF
  • • Services delivered before the completion of a Rule 25 assessment, except for retroactive MA
  • • Services not authorized by a county or tribe
  • • Services delivered to people on public health care managed by an MCO, except when authorized by a county that agrees to pay 100 percent
  • • Detoxification services that are not part of a licensed program of care
  • • Telemedicine
  • • More than one treatment service for the same recipient, for the same date span, provided by the same provider, except for nonresidential group and individual
  • • Services delivered at one location and billed to another location
  • Guest dosing
  • Billing

    CCDTF-Authorized Services

    The service agreement (SA) letter generated when a county or tribe makes a CCDTF authorization contains most of the information that you will need to bill MHCP for CCDTF-authorized services. You must:

  • • Review the information in the SA letter for accuracy (procedure codes and modifiers, dates, rates, number of units, etc.).
  • • Contact the authorizing county or tribe if you believe that you received an incorrect SA letter and obtain a corrected SA letter before billing.
  • • Report the approved SA rate for the service provided on the claim service line (reporting other rates may result in an inaccurate unit decremented from the SA).
  • See the MN–ITS User Guides for instructions on how to submit electronic claims. Use the following electronic claim formats for the following program types when billing MHCP for CCDTF-authorized services:

    Program Type

    Electronic Claim Format

    Residentially licensed (daily units)

    837I (Institutional)

    Room and board only (daily units)

    837I (Institutional)

    Nonresidential (hourly units)

    837I (Institutional) or 837P (Professional)

    Medication-assisted therapy (daily units)

    837P (Professional)

    Revenue and Procedure Codes

    The following tables describe the codes to use when billing MHCP for CCDTF-authorized services.

    Service Description

    Unit

    Revenue Code

    HCPCS Procedure Code

    Claim Format

    Type of Bill

    Inpatient hospital – bundled room and board and treatment

    Day

    0101

    None

    837I

    11X

    Inpatient hospital – room-and-board component only

    Day

    0118
    0128
    0138
    0148
    0158

    None

    837I

    11X

    Inpatient hospital – treatment component only

    Day

    0944
    0945

    None

    837I

    11X

    Residential program – room-and-board component only

    Day

    1002

    None

    837I

    86X

    *Residential program – treatment component only

    Day

    0944
    0945
    0953

    H2036 (not required)

    837I

    86X

    Freestanding room and board

    Day

    1003

    None

    837I

    86X

    Outpatient individual (nonresidential) treatment

    Hour

    0944
    0945
    0953

    H2035

    837I or 837P

    89X or 13X

    Outpatient group (nonresidential) treatment

    Hour

    0944
    0945
    0953

    H2035 with modifier HQ

    837I or 837P

    89X or 13X

    **Nonresidential treatment – medication-assisted therapy (all other)

    Day

    H0047

    837P

    **Nonresidential treatment – medication-assisted therapy plus (all other)

    Day

    H0047 with modifier UB

    837P

    **Nonresidential treatment – medication-assisted therapy (methadone)

    Day

    H0020

    837P

    **Nonresidential treatment – medication-assisted therapy plus (methadone)

    Day

    H0020 with modifier UA

    837P

    *Use the residential program daily treatment procedure code H2036 only when the same residentially licensed provider is delivering both the treatment and the room-and-board services in the same location. Reporting procedure code H2036 on the claim is not required.

    **Nonresidential clinic billing

    Bill nonresidential medication-assisted therapy (MAT) and MAT Plus using the professional (837P) claim format. Report the appropriate place of service to distinguish on-site dosage(s) from take-home dosage(s). Itemize dosages by listing each date of service on a separate service line.

    Example Office

    Line

    Date of Service (DOS)

    Procedure Code

    Place of Service (POS)

    1

    1/1/2014

    H0020

    11 – Office (on-site dosage) or

    22 – Outpatient (on-site dosage)

    2

    1/2/2014

    H0020

    12 – Home (take-home dosage)

    3

    1/3/2014

    H0020

    12 – Home (take-home dosage)

    Copay

    Most recipients do not have copay responsibilities for their publicly paid CD treatment services. Only recipients on the following type of public health care will have copay responsibilities:

    MHCP

    Copay applies to:

    MinnesotaCare Basic Plus One

    Any type of residential treatment service – 10 percent, up to $1,000 annually

    You are responsible for:

  • • Checking eligibility for a recipient to determine whether the recipient has a copay and
  • • Collecting any required copay from the recipient.
  • You may not withhold services from an MA recipient because he or she is unable to pay a copay. You must follow the MHCP copay policy found in the MHCP Provider Manual; see Copays and Family Deductible in Billing the Recipient under Billing Policy.

    Effective for dates of service January 1, 2014, and later, MHCP recipients receiving services through CCDTF do not have copay responsibilities.

    Medicare

    Certified Medicare facilities serving Medicare-eligible clients must follow the MHCP Medicare policy found in the MHCP Provider Manual; see Medicare and Other Insurance under Billing Policy.

    Third-Party Liability (TPL)

  • • MHCP TPL policy applies to all CD treatment providers. When a recipient has private, commercial insurance for an authorized treatment placement, you must first bill the private, commercial insurance before billing MHCP.
  • • Check MN–ITS before submitting bills to MHCP. If MN–ITS indicates that TPL exists for the date(s) that you would like to bill for, then you must first bill the third party displayed in MN–ITS for the date(s). If you bill MHCP for dates of service when TPL exists, MHCP will deny the claim.
  • • After billing the third party, submit appropriate documentation to MHCP. You must follow the MHCP TPL policy found in the MHCP Provider Manual; see “Third Party Liability (TPL)” in Medicare and Other Insurance under Billing Policy.
  • Definitions

    Assessor: A person qualified to perform a chemical use assessment who has a relationship with a placing authority for conducting chemical use assessments.

    Chemical Use Assessment, or Rule 25 Assessment: An assessment that includes an interview, a written listing of the person’s specific problems related to chemical use, and a risk description that enables the assessor to make an appropriate treatment plan decision according to the Minnesota Matrix (DHS-5204B) (PDF).

    Guest Dosing: The practice of administering a medication used for the treatment of opioid addiction to a person who is not a client of the program that is administering or dispensing the medication. The client must be enrolled in an opioid treatment program elsewhere in the state or country and receiving the medication on a temporary basis because the client is not able to receive the medication at the program in which the client is enrolled. Such arrangements must not exceed 30 consecutive days in any one program and are not for the convenience or benefit of either program. Guest dosing may also occur when the client’s primary clinic is not open and the client is not receiving take-out doses.

    Because guest dosing occurs only when the person receiving the medication is not enrolled at the opioid treatment program providing the medication, and is receiving no other services, it is not considered treatment by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division. A “guest doser” is by definition not admitted under Rule 31. For this reason, the Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund cannot pay for guest dosing, and a provider may not bill a person entitled to Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund services for guest doses.

    Managed Care Organization or Prepaid Health Plan: An organization that contracts with Minnesota Health Care Programs to provide medical services, including chemical dependency treatment services, to recipients in exchange for a prepaid capitation rate and that uses authorized funds.

    Placing Authority: An authorized county, prepaid health plan or tribal governing board.

    Rule 24: The Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund rule. This rule regulates county and provider responsibilities, as well as client eligibility.

    Rule 25: The rule that establishes criteria for the appropriate level of chemical dependency care for Minnesota Health Care Program recipients.

    Rule 31: The rule related to licensing of chemical dependency treatment providers.

    Rule 32: The rule related to licensing of detoxification providers.

    Legal References

    Minnesota Statutes, section 254A.03 (Alcohol and Drug Abuse)
    Minnesota Statutes, section 254B
    (Consolidated Chemical Dependency Treatment Fund)
    Minnesota Statutes, section 256B.031
    (Prepaid Health Plans)
    Minnesota Statutes, section 256L
    (MinnesotaCare)
    Minnesota Rules, parts 9530.6600 to 9530.6655
    (Rule 25)
    Minnesota Rules, parts 9530.6800 to 9530.7030
    (Rule 24)
    Minnesota Rules, parts 9530.6405 to 9530.6505
    (Rule 31)
    Minnesota Rules, parts 9530.6510 to 9530.6590
    (Rule 32)
    Minnesota Rules, part 9530.6615, subp. 2
    (Rule 25, Staff Performing Assessment)
    Minnesota Rules, part 9530.6605, subp. 21a
    (Rule 25, Definitions, Placing Authority)
    42 Code of Federal Regulations, section 440.130(d)

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