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Amended by th General AssemblyFile No. The director shall use the funds received in accordance with any conditions under which the application was approved. As used in sections A "Medically handicapped child" means an Ohio resident under twenty-one years of age who suffers primarily from an organic disease, defect, or a congenital or acquired physically handicapping and associated condition that may hinder the achievement of normal growth and development.
B "Provider" means a health professional, hospital, medical equipment supplier, and any individual, group, or agency that is approved by the department of health pursuant to division C of section C "Service coordination" means case management services provided to medically handicapped children that promote effective and efficient organization and utilization of public and private resources and ensure that care rendered is family-centered, community-based, and coordinated.
D 1 "Third party" means any person or government entity other than the following: E "Third-party benefits" means any and all benefits paid by a third party to or on behalf of a medically handicapped child participating in the program or the child's parent or guardian for goods or services that are authorized by the department pursuant to division B or D of section F "Hemophilia program" means the hemophilia program the department of health is required to establish and administer under section A The department of health shall review applications for eligibility for the program for medically handicapped children that are submitted to the department by city and general health districts and physician providers approved in accordance with division C of this section.
The department shall determine whether the applicants meet the medical and financial eligibility requirements established by the director of health pursuant to division A 1 of section Referrals of potentially eligible children for the program may be submitted to the department on behalf of the child by parents, guardians, public health nurses, or any other interested person.
The department of health may designate other agencies to refer applicants to the department of health. B In accordance with the procedures established in rules adopted under division A 4 of section C The department of health shall review the applications of health professionals, hospitals, medical equipment suppliers, and other individuals, groups, or agencies that apply to become providers.
The department shall enter into a written agreement with each applicant who is determined, pursuant to the requirements set forth in rules adopted under division A 2 of section No provider shall charge a medically handicapped child or the child's parent or guardian for services authorized by the department under division B or D of this section.
The department, in accordance with rules adopted under division A 3 of section The disqualification shall not take effect until a written notice, specifying the requirement violated and describing the nature of the violation, has been delivered to the provider and the department has afforded the provider an opportunity to appeal the disqualification under division H of this section.
D The department of health shall evaluate applications from city and general health districts and approved physician providers for authorization to provide treatment services, service coordination, and related goods to children determined to be eligible for the program for medically handicapped children pursuant to division A of this section.
The department shall authorize necessary treatment services, service coordination, and related goods for each eligible child in accordance with an individual plan of treatment for the child. As an alternative, the department may authorize payment of health insurance premiums on behalf of eligible children when the department determines, in accordance with criteria set forth in rules adopted under division A 9 of section E The department of health shall pay, from appropriations to the department, any necessary expenses, including but not limited to, expenses for diagnosis, treatment, service coordination, supportive services, transportation, and accessories and their upkeep, provided to medically handicapped children, provided that the provision of the goods or services is authorized by the department under division B or D of this section.
Money appropriated to the department of health may also be expended for reasonable administrative costs incurred by the program. The department of health also may purchase liability insurance covering the provision of services under the program for medically handicapped children by physicians and other health care professionals.Aug 08, · WGST Women's and Gender Studies Topics in Film [3 hours] Specific topics vary.
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