U.S. Code of Federal Regulations
Regulations most recently checked for updates: Aug 25, 2019
(a) For purposes of this section Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) Prepaid Ambulatory Health Plan (PAHP) means an entity that provides only NEMT services to enrollees under contract with the State, and on the basis of prepaid capitation payments, or other payment arrangements that do not use State plan payment rates.
(b) The following requirements and options apply to NEMT PAHPs, NEMT PAHP contracts, and States in connection with NEMT PAHPs, to the same extent that they apply to PAHPs, PAHP contracts, and States in connection with PAHPs.
(2) The information requirements in § 457.1207.
(3) The provision against provider discrimination in § 457.1208.
(7) An enrollee's right to a State review under subpart K of this part.
(9) Requirements relating to contracts involving Indians, Indian Health Care Providers, and Indian managed care entities in § 457.1209.