(a) All abbreviated licensing and approval contracts must be printed in black print of at least 10 dots on white paper. Printing should only appear on one side of the document. (c) Subdivisions (a) and (b) apply to all new admissions to care facilities, care facilities and skilled care facilities that take place after December 31, 1999. No admission contract may contain a clause requiring residents to sign consent to all treatments ordered by a physician. Admission contracts may only require consent for routine care or emergency care. The foster care contract includes a clause informing the patient of the right to refuse the treatments covered in paragraph 72227, paragraph 4, subdivision (a) of Title 22 of the Administrative Code (A) of Subdivision (a) of Title 22 of the California Administrative Code. (d) An abbreviated hospitality contract includes a declaration that the care service provided for at point 1418.1, as defined in point 1418.1, is not a service covered by the Medi-Cal and may only be provided by the institution on the basis of private or third-party expenses, unless the person participates in a Medicaid waiver program covered by Title 42 of the Us 1396 code , unless she participates in a Medicaid waiver program pursuant to Title 42 of Us 1396. , the person participates in a Medicaid waiver program in accordance with Title 42 of the U.S. Code. or another care service already covered by the Medi-Cal program. b) all arbitration clauses must be included in a form separate from the rest of the admissions contract. This appendix must contain room for the signature of any applicant who agrees to settle disputes. (a) in the contract to host a long-term health care facility; which is a Medi-Cal certified institution must indicate, in bold 10-point letters, that neither the potential resident nor his representative may be required to pay privately for a period during which the Medi-Cal resident has been admitted to payment and that, in accordance with Section 14019.3 of the Social Code and institutions, this provision is provided for in point 14019.3 of the social code and institutions.
, upon presentation of the Medi Cal card or other proof of eligibility, the facility, subject to the rules and rules of the Medi-Cal program, submits a claim for reimbursement using a refund request, and the facility must return all payments made by the recipient or a person on behalf of the recipient for benefits covered by the medi-Cal program after receiving the Medi-Cal payment.