Section 40-1.62 - Claims and method of payment; State Aid for physically handicapped children

Section 40-1.62 Claims and method of payment; State Aid for physically handicapped children

(a) For local health departments, State Aid for authorized medical services for physically handicapped children shall be paid at 50% of net expenses, where net expenses means total expenses less revenues received for such services. State Aid may be withheld if, on post-audit and review, the Commissioner finds that a medical service rendered was not in conformance with a plan submitted by the municipality or that the recipient of the medical service was not a physically handicapped child as defined in section 2581 of the Public Health Law.

(b) For American Indian children residing on a reservation, State Aid for authorized medical services for physically handicapped children shall be paid at 100% of net expenses for such services.

(c) To receive State Aid, the clerk of the board of supervisors or other similar governing body of each county, or chief fiscal officer of the city of New York, shall quarterly transmit to the Commissioner a certified statement stating the amount expended for the purposes specified herein, the date of each expenditure and date of service, and the purpose for which it was made.

(d) To receive State Aid, complete claims for physically handicapped children must be received by the Commissioner within two years of the date of service.

Effective Date: 
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Doc Status: 
Complete