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76-370.Affiliated family practice residency training program; reimbursement of affiliate, limitations. (a) Within the limits of appropriations therefor, the university may reimburse an affiliate for costs incurred in the payment of the program director's compensation in an amount not to exceed 60% of the program director's compensation until such time as an affiliation agreement is entered into under K.S.A. 76-369 and amendments thereto or until the application for accreditation is rejected by the council on medical education of the American medical association or the successor to such council. Any costs incurred by the affiliate due to compensation paid to the program director prior to affiliation shall be included as part of the reimbursable costs during the period of time prior to the training of residents in the program.

(b) Within the limits of appropriations therefor and prior to July 1, 1980, the university may provide for reimbursement to each affiliate during the period of time prior to the training of residents in the program in amounts not to exceed $100,000 for salaries and other expenses and in amounts not to exceed $100,000 for site acquisition and development or leasing of facilities. No affiliate shall be eligible for reimbursement for costs involved in site acquisition and development unless such affiliate shall first submit to the university for approval the plan of the affiliate for site acquisition and development. The maximum reimbursable amount for site acquisition and development shall not exceed 50% of the total cost to the affiliate of the site acquisition and development or $100,000, whichever amount is less.

(c) (1) During the first year of training of residents in the program, the university may reimburse an affiliate, within the limits of appropriations therefor, an amount equal to 70% of the program budget of the affiliate, other than resident salaries, but the total amount of such reimbursement shall not exceed $60,000, and the university may reimburse the affiliate for the cost of resident salaries in an amount not to exceed the state's usual base stipend for family practice residents.

(2) During the second year of training of residents in the program, the university may reimburse an affiliate, within the limits of appropriations therefor, in an amount equal to 60% of the program budget of the affiliate, other than resident salaries, but the total amount of such reimbursement shall not exceed $80,000, and the university may reimburse the affiliate for the cost of resident salaries in an amount not to exceed the state's usual base stipend for family practice residents.

(3) During the third year of training of residents in the program and each year thereafter, the university may reimburse an affiliate, within the limits of appropriations therefor, in an amount equal to not more than 50% of the annual program budget of the affiliate, other than resident salaries, and the university may reimburse the affiliate for the costs of resident salaries.

History: L. 1977, ch. 309, § 5; L. 1978, ch. 378, § 1; L. 1979, ch. 198, § 10; L. 1983, ch. 302, § 2; L. 1992, ch. 263, § 1; July 1.



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