Client Records Sample Clauses

Client Records. 24.2.1 CONTRACTOR shall prepare and maintain accurate and 27 complete records of clients served and dates and type of services provided 28 under the terms of this Agreement in a form acceptable to ADMINISTRATOR. 2 CONTRACTOR during the term(s) of this Agreement for a minimum of five (5) 3 years from the date of final payment under this Agreement or until all pending 4 COUNTY, State and Federal audits are completed, whichever is later. These 5 records shall be stored in Orange County, unless CONTRACTOR requests and 6 COUNTY provides written approval for the right to store the records in another 7 county. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, upon termination of this 8 Agreement, CONTRACTOR shall relinquish control with respect to COUNTY data in 9 accordance with Subparagraph 45.2.
Client Records. 28 CONTRACTOR shall prepare and maintain accurate and complete 1 records of clients served and dates and type of services provided under the terms of this Agreement 2 in a form acceptable to ADMINISTRATOR. CONTRACTOR shall keep all COUNTY data 3 provided to 4 CONTRACTOR during the term(s) of this Agreement for a minimum of five (5) years from the 5 date of final payment under this Agreement, or until all pending COUNTY, State, and federal 6 audits are completed, whichever is later. These records shall be stored in Orange County, unless 7 CONTRACTOR requests and COUNTY provides written approval for the right to store the 8 records in another county. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, CONTRACTOR shall 9 relinquish control with respect to COUNTY data to COUNTY in accordance with Subparagraph 10 39.2 upon termination of this Agreement, CONTRACTOR shall relinquish control with respect to 11 COUNTY data to COUNTY in accordance with Subparagraph 39.2. In the event 12 COUNTY reasonably determines client records are 13 incomplete or inaccurate after payment has been made, COUNTY shall give written notice to 14 CONTRACTOR specifying the deficiencies, and CONTRACTOR shall have a period of thirty 15 (30) days thereafter to cure such deficiencies.may refuse payment for a claim if client records are 16 determined by COUNTY to be incomplete or inaccurate. If CONTRACTOR fails to cure such 17 deficiencies within the foregoing 30-day period, then In the event client records are determined 18 to be incomplete or inaccurate after payment has been made, COUNTY may treat such payment 19 as an overpayment within the provisions of this Agreement.
Client Records. The ACO shall retain all non-medical and medical client records for a period of seven (7) years from the last date of service for each client; or in the case of a minor patient or client, for a period consistent with that established by Iowa Code § 614.1(9).