Provider agreement definition

Provider agreement means the signed, written, contractual agreement between the department and the provider of services or goods.
Provider agreement means a contract, agreement, or arrangement between a health care provider

Examples of Provider agreement in a sentence

  • By signing a Provider Agreement and accepting shipment of VFC vaccine, you agree to abide by the requirements of the VFC Program.All VFC providers must submit a Provider Agreement annually.

  • If the Provider Agreement expires, or is terminated by either party for any reason permitted under the Provider Agreement, this Agreement will automatically terminate as of the effective date of such expiration or termination.

  • Employee/Worker Roles & Responsibilities Important Information to Remember Regarding Employee Roles and Responsibilities Before being approved to provide services for a Personal Options member you are required to review and sign the Medicaid Provider Agreement and the Employment Agreement stating that you understand and acknowledge your responsibilities as an employee.

  • VFC Provider Agreement‌ RequirementThe Provider Agreement lists the federal statutory requirements of the VFC Program.

  • Provider Agreement to Electronically File and Maintain Warehouse Receipts and United States Warehouse Act Documents (AMS form WA-460) and its applicable addenda and appendices.


More Definitions of Provider agreement

Provider agreement means an agreement required by this chapter which is entered into between the department and a provider.
Provider agreement means a provider agreement, as defined in section 5164.01 of the Revised Code, that is between the department of medicaid and the operator of an ICF/IID for the provision of ICF/IID services under the medicaid program.
Provider agreement means an agreement regarding electronic grain contracts which is entered into between the department and a provider.
Provider agreement means the signed, written, contractual agreement between the department and the provider;