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65-16,124. Same; audit reports; recoupment and repayment of funds; access to audit information. (a) Any preliminary audit report must be delivered to the pharmacy within 60 days after the conclusion of the audit. Any pharmacy shall be allowed at least 30 days following receipt of the preliminary audit to provide documentation to address any discrepancy found in the audit. Any final audit report shall be delivered to the pharmacy within 120 days after receipt of the preliminary audit report or final appeal, whichever is later.

(b) Recoupment of any disputed funds or repayment of funds to the entity by the pharmacy, if permitted pursuant to contracts, shall occur, to the extent demonstrated or documented in the pharmacy audit findings, after final internal disposition of the audit including the appeals process. If the identified discrepancy for an individual audit exceeds $20,000, any future payments to the pharmacy may be withheld pending finalization of the audit. Unless otherwise required by the federal or state law, any audit information may not be shared. Auditors shall only have access to previous audit reports on a particular pharmacy conducted by that same entity.

(c) This section shall take effect on and after July 1, 2011.

History: L. 2011, ch. 114, § 4; June 9.



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