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e-CFR Data is current as of October 20, 2014

Title 42Chapter ISubchapter LPart 130


TITLE 42—Public Health

CHAPTER I—PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER L—COMPASSIONATE PAYMENTS

PART 130—RICKY RAY HEMOPHILIA RELIEF FUND PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§130.1
Purpose.
§130.2
Definitions.
§130.3
Amount of payments.
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Subpart B—CRITERIA FOR ELIGIBILITY

§130.10
Who is eligible for payment under the Act—living persons with HIV.
§130.11
Who is eligible for payment under the Act—survivors of persons with HIV.
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Subpart C—DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR COMPLETE PETITIONS

§130.20
Form of medical documentation.
§130.21
What documentation is required for petitions filed by living persons with HIV?
§130.22
What documentation is required for petitions filed by survivors of persons with HIV, which are filed in cases where the person with HIV dies before filing a petition?
§130.23
What documentation is required for amendments to petitions, which are filed by survivors of persons with HIV?
§130.24
What additional documentation may the Secretary require to resolve eligibility or payment issues?
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Subpart D—PROCEDURES FOR FILING AND PAYING COMPLETE PETITIONS

§130.30
Who may file a petition for payment or an amendment to a petition?
§130.31
How and when is a petition for payment filed?
§130.32
How and when will the Secretary determine the order of receipt of petitions?
§130.33
How will the Secretary determine whether a petition is complete?
§130.34
How will the Secretary determine whether to pay a petition?
§130.35
How and when will the Secretary pay a petition?
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Subpart E—RECONSIDERATION PROCEDURES

§130.40
Reconsideration of denial of petitions.
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Subpart F—ATTORNEY FEES

§130.50
Limitation on agent and attorney fees.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 130—Definition of HIV Infection or HIV
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Appendix B to Part 130—Confidential Physician or Nurse Practitioner Affidavit
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Appendix C to Part 130—Petition Form, Petition Instructions, and Documentation Checklist


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