(i) 200 hours of supervision of marital and family counseling, which should normally be completed over a period of 2 to 3 years, of which at least 100 hours must be placed under individual supervision. This monitoring is preferably carried out with more than one supervisory authority and should include an ongoing monitoring process with at least three cases; and (B) rights-specific participation. A champus authorized supplier who is not required to participate and has not entered into a participation agreement in accordance with paragraph (a) (8) (ii) (a) (A) of this section may choose to be a participating supplier on the basis of rights by indicating “accept the assignment” on any application form for which participation is chosen. (8) The hospice must enter into a contract with CHAMPUS to be qualified to participate and be eligible for payment under the program. In this agreement, the Hospice and CHAMPUS agree that the hospice: A network provider is a civilian provider that has completed the registration process and has signed a contract to be part of the network of suppliers participating in the TRICARE program. A network provider accepts the negotiated rate as a full payment for the services provided. (i) review of tax records and all other RTC registrations that would confirm compliance with the participation agreement and the designation of the triCARE-approved RTC; vi) Participation agreements are required for some hospitals that do not participate in Medicare. Notwithstanding the provisions of this paragraph B (3), a hospital subject to the payment system based on CHAMPUS DRG, but not a hospital participating in Medicare, must apply for and sign an agreement with OCHAMPUS. By signing the contract, the hospital undertakes to participate in all stationary champus rights and to accept the requirements of a participating supplier in accordance with point (a) (8) of p. 199.6.
If such an agreement is not signed, they disqualify the hospital as an institutional provider approved by CHAMPUS. (3) Double compensation/conflicts of interest. Title 5, U.S. Code, Section 5536 prohibits medical personnel who are active members of the government`s uniformed or civilian service, additional compensation paid by the state above their normal salary, and medical benefits. In addition, uniformed service members and civilian government agents are generally prohibited by agency laws and regulations and policies from participating in overt or actual conflict of interest situations where there is potential for personal gain or where there is evidence of inaccuracy or incompatibility with the fulfilment of their official obligations or responsibilities.