10A NCAC 14H .0105       PERIOD OF CERTIFICATION

An applicant who demonstrates through its application that it presently is performing each of the requirements specified in 10A NCAC 14H .0103 (with the exception of the requirement of making annual reports to the Division found in 10A NCAC 14H .0103(1), and the requirement of disclosing data to the State Health Director found in 10A NCAC 14H .0103(9), for which requirements the applicant needs only to make a satisfactory showing that it is capable of performing the requirements), shall be certified as a statewide data processor for a period of three years.  An applicant who demonstrates through its application that it is capable of performing each of the requirements specified in 10A NCAC 14H .0103 but who presently is not performing each of the requirements specified in 10A NCAC 14H .0103(2)‑(9) (excluding the requirement in 10A NCAC 14H .0103(9) to disclose data to the State Health Director), shall be granted a certificate for a one year period.  If within that one year period the applicant makes a satisfactory showing to the Division by written application that it then is performing all of the requirements specified in 10A NCAC 14H .0103, the applicant shall be granted certification as a statewide data processor for an additional two year period.

 

History Note:        Filed as a Temporary Adoption effective October 1, 1995 for a period of 180 days or until the permanent rule becomes effective, whichever is sooner;

Authority G.S. 131E‑214.1(6);

Eff. February 1, 1996.