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(a) An applicant that is a municipality must meet the following standards to qualify for a payment for a hospital under AS 29.60.120 :
(1) if the applicant operates the hospital for which the applicant seeks aid under AS 29.60.120 , the applicant must have the power to provide hospital facilities and services;
(2) the applicant must agree to transfer, immediately upon receipt, the amount the applicant receives under AS 29.60.120 for a hospital, including the cost-of-living differential allowed under AS 29.60.160 , to the hospital in the manner provided for in AS 29.60.120 (a); and
(3) the hospital for which the applicant seeks aid under AS 29.60.120 must be providing treatment to patients as of October 1 of the computation year.
(b) An applicant that is a municipality must meet the following standards to qualify for a payment under AS 29.60.120 for a health facility:
(1) the applicant must have, and must be exercising, the power to provide health services as of October 1 of the computation year;
(2) the applicant must agree to spend, by the end of the entitlement year in which the payment is received, at least 20 percent of the amount the applicant receives under AS 29.60.120 for the health facility, including the cost-of-living differential allowed under AS 29.60.160 , on health services or on the operation and maintenance of the health facility; and
(3) the applicant must certify that the money that the applicant receives under AS 29.60.120 for the health facility and that the applicant does not spend by the end of the entitlement year in accordance with (2) of this subsection, is dedicated irrevocably for health facilities and services.
History: Eff. 10/18/87, Register 104; am 8/19/88, Register 107
Authority: AS 29.60.120
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