[ Text of section added by 2012, 224, Sec. 19 effective November 4, 2012.]
Section 22. (a) Any provider of health care services that receives reimbursement or payment for treatment of injured workers under chapter 152 and any provider of health care services other than an acute or non-acute hospital that receives reimbursement or payment from any governmental unit for general health supplies, care and rehabilitative services and accommodations, shall, as a condition of such reimbursement or payment: (1) permit the executive director, or the executive director's designated representative and the attorney general or a designee, to examine such books and accounts as may reasonably be required for the center to perform its duties; (2) file with the executive director from time to time or on request, such data, statistics, schedules or other information as the center may reasonably require, including outcome data and such information regarding the costs, if any, of the provider for research in the basic biomedical or health delivery areas or for the training of health care personnel which are included in the provider's charges to the public for health care services, supplies and accommodations; and (3) accept reimbursement or payment at the rates established by the secretary of health and human services or a governmental unit designated by the executive office, subject to a right of appeal under section 13E of chapter 118E, as discharging in full any and all obligations of an eligible person and the governmental unit to pay, reimburse or compensate the provider of health care services in any way for general health supplies, care and rehabilitative services or accommodations provided.
(b) Any provider of health care services that knowingly fails to file with the center data, statistics, schedules or other information required under this section or by any regulation promulgated by the center or knowingly falsifies the same shall be punished by a fine of not less than $100 nor more than $500.
(c) If, upon application by the center or its designated representative, the superior court upon summary hearing determines that a provider of health care services has, without justifiable cause, refused to permit any examination or to furnish information, as required in this section; it shall issue an order directing all governmental units to withhold payment for general health supplies, care and rehabilitative services and accommodations to such provider of services until further order of the court.
(d) In addition, the appropriate licensing authority may suspend or revoke, after an adjudicatory proceeding under chapter 30A, the license of any provider of health care services that knowingly fails to file with the center data, statistics, schedules or other information required by this section or by any regulation of the center or that knowingly falsifies the same.