Licensure. Provider represents that it is currently licensed and/or certified under applicable State and federal statutes and regulations and by the appropriate State licensing body or standard-setting agency, as applicable. Provider represents that it is in compliance with all applicable State and federal statutory and regulatory requirements of the Medicaid program and that it is eligible to participate in the Medicaid program. Provider represents that it does not have a Medicaid provider agreement with the Department that is terminated, suspended, denied, or not renewed as a result of any action of the Department, CMS, HHS, or the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the State’s Attorney General. Provider shall maintain at all times throughout the term of the Agreement all necessary licenses, certifications, registrations and permits as are required to provide the health care services and/or other related activities delegated to Provider under the Agreement. If at any time during the term of the Agreement, Provider is not properly licensed as described in this Section, Provider shall discontinue providing services to Covered Persons. Claims for services performed during any period of noncompliance with these license requirements will be denied.
Licensure. A. The State Highway Patrol shall set aside $960 each fiscal year for fee reimbursement for Electronic Technician(s) to obtain a license or certificate. Funding shall be limited to $960 total per fiscal year disbursed among the pool of qualified applicants in accordance with Highway Patrol policy. Preapproval is required. An employee must successfully complete the course and obtain the license or certificate required of an Electronic Technician 2 or 3. Unused balances shall not carry forward from one fiscal year to any succeeding fiscal year.
Licensure. The Provider represents and warrants that it (1) duly holds all necessary licenses required by local, State, federal laws and regulations and (2) will furnish satisfactory proof of such licensure to the Buyer’s representative within ten (10) days after the execution of the Agreement. The Provider covenants that it will maintain its required licensed status with the appropriate governmental authorities and will immediately notify in writing – within five (5) days - the Buyer in the event such licensing is suspended, withdrawn or revoked. The Provider agrees that such suspension, revocation or withdrawal shall constitute grounds for the immediate termination of this Agreement. Misrepresentation of possession of such license shall constitute a breach of contract and terminate this Agreement without written notice and without financial obligation on the part of the Buyer to pay the Provider’s invoices.