A-29, r. 7.1 - Regulation abolishing accessory costs related to the provision of insured services and governing transportation costs for biological samples

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chapter A-29, r. 7.1
Regulation abolishing accessory costs related to the provision of insured services and governing transportation costs for biological samples
HEALTH INSURANCE — ABOLISHING ACCESSORY COSTS
Health Insurance Act
(chapter A-29, ss. 22 and 69)
A-29
December 21 2016January 26 2017
1. Payment may be claimed from an insured person for the transportation to an institution or a laboratory, for examination and analysis purposes, of biological samples taken in a private health facility or in a specialized medical centre within the meaning of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2), by a health professional subject to the application of an agreement or by a professional who has withdrawn, or at his or her request, up to the following amounts:
(a)  $15 for the transportation of biological samples, including a blood sample;
(b)  $5 for the transportation any other biological sample.
The amounts specified in the first paragraph may be claimed only once for the same insured person where more than one biological sample is transported to a given institution or laboratory.
1124-2016O.C. 1124-2016, s. 1
2. (Omitted).
1124-2016O.C. 1124-2016, s. 2
REFERENCES
O.C. 1124-2016, 2017 G.O. 2. 15