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Title 7 . Health and Social Services
Chapter 81 . Electronic and Other Records Containing Behavioral Health Information
Section 90. Subcontracts

7 AAC 81.090. Subcontracts

(a) Subject to prior department approval, a provider may enter into a subcontract for the performance of a service covered by the provider agreement only if the provider

(1) remains administratively and financially responsible for the service and is responsible for the performance of the subcontractor;

(2) ensures that the subcontractor's records are protected, preserved, and retained as required by this chapter; and

(3) demonstrates that the method of procurement to be used to identify the subcontractor will be reasonably competitive.

(b) The provider shall ensure that a subcontract authorized under this section requires the subcontractor to provide the department, the provider, or a representative of the department or provider with reasonable access to the subcontractor's books, documents, papers, and records if the department or the provider determines that access to this information is necessary. The subcontract must state that the department may, at any time, obtain and retain the original of any records generated as a result of the provider agreement to which the subcontract applies.

History: Eff. 7/21/2002, Register 163; am 6/24/2004, Register 170

Authority: AS 18.05.040

AS 18.08.010

AS 18.08.080

AS 18.25.100

AS 18.28.010

AS 18.28.050

AS 29.60.600

AS 44.29.020

AS 47.05.010

AS 47.20.075

AS 47.20.110

AS 47.27.005

AS 47.27.050

AS 47.30.477

AS 47.30.530

AS 47.37.030

AS 47.37.045

AS 47.40.041

AS 47.40.120

AS 47.80.130


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