A-29, r. 7.2 - Regulation respecting the terms and conditions for the issuance of health insurance cards and the transmittal of statements of fees and claims

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10. Every professional in the field of health must sign his statements of fees or claims and any document related thereto, and certify that he personally provided the services listed on his statements of fees or claims. In the case of a pharmacist who has not personally provided the services listed on his claims and any related document, he must certify that such services were legally provided by one of his employees.
However, using the form the Board provides for this purpose, a professional in the field of health may authorize one or more mandataries to sign, on his behalf and in his name, his statements of fees or claims and any related document, including any notice of change of address, certify that the services listed on any statement of fees or claim and on any related document were provided by the mandator himself, and receive from the Board any information he may require respecting the statements of fees or claims that he is hereby authorized to sign. In the case of a pharmacist who did not personnally provide the services listed on the claim or related documents, the mandatary is authorized to certify that such services were provided legally by an employee of the pharmacist.
The statements of fees or claims submitted by a professional in the field of health for services rendered in an establishment and remunerated on other than on a fee-for-service basis must be countersigned by a person duly authorized by the establishment where this professional in the field of health provided the services. A professional in the field of health may not countersign his statements of fees or claims.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. A-29, r. 2, s. 10; O.C. 553-87, s. 3; O.C. 1335-98, s. 3; 659-2018O.C. 659-2018, s. 6.
10. Mandate respecting the signing of statements of fees, claims and any related document:
Every professional in the field of health must sign his statements of fees or claims and any document related thereto to certify that he personally provided the services listed on his statements of fees or claims; a pharmacist who has not personally provided the services listed on his claims and any related document must certify that such services were provided legally by one of his employees.
A professional in the field of health may authorize one or more mandataries, in accordance with the form and tenor of Form 6, to sign, on his behalf and in his name, his statements of fees or claims and any related document, including any notice of change of address, to certify that the services listed on any statement of fees or claim and on any related document were provided by the mandator himself, to receive from the Board any information he may require respecting the statements of fees or claims he is hereby authorized to sign. In the case of a pharmacist who did not personnally provide the services listed on the claim or related documents, the mandatary shall be authorized to certify that such services were provided legally by an employee of the pharmacist.
(2)  (paragraph revoked);
(3)  (paragraph revoked).
R.R.Q., 1981, c. A-29, r. 2, s. 10; O.C. 553-87, s. 3; O.C. 1335-98, s. 3.