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§ 488.24 Certification of noncompliance.

(a) Special rules for certification of noncompliance for SNFs and NFs are set forth in § 488.330.

(b) The State agency will certify that a provider or supplier is not or is no longer in compliance with the conditions of participation or conditions for coverage where the deficiencies are of such character as to substantially limit the provider's or supplier's capacity to furnish adequate care or which adversely affect the health and safety of patients; or

(c) If CMS determines that an institution or agency does not qualify for participation or coverage because it is not in compliance with the conditions of participation or conditions for coverage, or if a provider's agreement is terminated for that reason, the institution or agency has the right to request that the determination be reviewed. (Appeals procedures are set forth in part 498 of this chapter.)

[59 FR 56237, Nov. 10, 1994]