A-29 - Health Insurance Act

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72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  prescribing the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(c.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of an insured person who is a temporary resident of Québec;
(c.2)  fixing the amount of the costs payable for an application to re-register in the case of an insured person who fails to send the Board a registration renewal notice within the time fixed by regulation and determining the cases in which a person may be exempted therefrom;
(d)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of a person referred to in subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of section 10 of the Act respecting the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (chapter M-19.2);
(d.2)  prescribing, with respect to any class of health professionals with which the Minister has entered into an agreement under section 19, according to the method of remuneration, that a health professional’s statement of fees or claim for payment be transmitted to the Board by electronic means only;
(e)  (subparagraph repealed);
(f)  (subparagraph repealed);
(g)  establishing the classes of health insurance cards according to the services for which a person is eligible and determining, for each class of card, the information it shall contain;
(h)  determining the content of a health insurance card and an eligibility card and the terms and conditions of their issue and determining the cases, circumstances and conditions in or according to which the Board may, or must, issue a health insurance card or eligibility card that does not include the photograph or signature of the insured person;
(i)  prescribing the cases and conditions in and on which a person must, at the request and expense of the Board, undergo an examination or assessment under section 14.2.1, the standards according to which the examination or assessment must be conducted, and the conditions governing the reimbursement of the travel and lodging expenses of the person undergoing the examination or assessment and of the person who, where such is the case, accompanies the person, and determining, for the latter person, an availability allowance.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39; 1991, c. 42, s. 585; 1992, c. 21, s. 115; 1992, c. 21, s. 375; 1994, c. 8, s. 18; 1999, c. 89, s. 38, s. 42; 1999, c. 89, s. 38; 2007, c. 21, s. 31; 2016, c. 282016, c. 28, s. 32.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the content of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, an insured person, a resident or temporary resident of Québec, an institution or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(c.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of an insured person who is a temporary resident of Québec;
(c.2)  fixing the amount of the costs payable for an application to re-register in the case of an insured person who fails to send the Board a registration renewal notice within the time fixed by regulation and determining the cases in which a person may be exempted therefrom;
(d)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of a person referred to in subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of section 10 of the Act respecting the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (chapter M-19.2);
(d.2)  prescribing, with respect to any class of health professionals with which the Minister has entered into an agreement under section 19, according to the method of remuneration, that a health professional’s statement of fees or claim for payment be transmitted to the Board by electronic means only;
(e)  (subparagraph repealed);
(f)  (subparagraph repealed);
(g)  establishing the classes of health insurance cards according to the services for which a person is eligible and determining, for each class of card, the information it shall contain;
(h)  determining the content of a health insurance card and an eligibility card and the terms and conditions of their issue and determining the cases, circumstances and conditions in or according to which the Board may, or must, issue a health insurance card or eligibility card that does not include the photograph or signature of the insured person;
(i)  prescribing the cases and conditions in and on which a person must, at the request and expense of the Board, undergo an examination or assessment under section 14.2.1, the standards according to which the examination or assessment must be conducted, and the conditions governing the reimbursement of the travel and lodging expenses of the person undergoing the examination or assessment and of the person who, where such is the case, accompanies the person, and determining, for the latter person, an availability allowance.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39; 1991, c. 42, s. 585; 1992, c. 21, s. 115; 1992, c. 21, s. 375; 1994, c. 8, s. 18; 1999, c. 89, s. 38, s. 42; 1999, c. 89, s. 38; 2007, c. 21, s. 31; 2016, c. 282016, c. 28, s. 32.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the content of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, an insured person, a resident or temporary resident of Québec, an institution or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(c.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of an insured person who is a temporary resident of Québec;
(c.2)  fixing the amount of the costs payable for an application to re-register in the case of an insured person who fails to send the Board a registration renewal notice within the time fixed by regulation and determining the cases in which a person may be exempted therefrom;
(d)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of a person referred to in subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of section 10 of the Act respecting the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (chapter M-19.2);
(d.2)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board from a health professional who submits to the Board a statement of fees or a claim for payment by means of a billing system other than a telecommunication system, determining the terms and conditions of payment of the costs and exempting, in such cases, conditions and circumstances as it indicates, certain health professionals or certain classes of health professionals from the payment of such costs;
(e)  fixing the amount of the administrative costs exigible by the Board where it believes that payment has been exacted from an insured person where nothing in this Act, the regulations or the agreements so permits;
(f)  (subparagraph repealed);
(g)  establishing the classes of health insurance cards according to the services for which a person is eligible and determining, for each class of card, the information it shall contain;
(h)  determining the content of a health insurance card and an eligibility card and the terms and conditions of their issue and determining the cases, circumstances and conditions in or according to which the Board may, or must, issue a health insurance card or eligibility card that does not include the photograph or signature of the insured person;
(i)  prescribing the cases and conditions in and on which a person must, at the request and expense of the Board, undergo an examination or assessment under section 14.2.1, the standards according to which the examination or assessment must be conducted, and the conditions governing the reimbursement of the travel and lodging expenses of the person undergoing the examination or assessment and of the person who, where such is the case, accompanies the person, and determining, for the latter person, an availability allowance.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39; 1991, c. 42, s. 585; 1992, c. 21, s. 115; 1992, c. 21, s. 375; 1994, c. 8, s. 18; 1999, c. 89, s. 38, s. 42; 1999, c. 89, s. 38; 2007, c. 21, s. 31.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the content of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, an insured person, a resident or temporary resident of Québec, an institution or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(c.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of an insured person who is a temporary resident of Québec;
(c.2)  fixing the amount of the costs payable for an application to re-register in the case of an insured person who fails to send the Board a registration renewal notice within the time fixed by regulation and determining the cases in which a person may be exempted therefrom;
(d)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of a person referred to in subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of section 10 of the Act respecting the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (chapter M-19.2);
(d.2)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board from a health professional who submits to the Board a statement of fees or a claim for payment by means of a billing system other than a telecommunication system, determining the terms and conditions of payment of the costs and exempting, in such cases, conditions and circumstances as it indicates, certain health professionals or certain classes of health professionals from the payment of such costs;
(e)  fixing the amount of the administrative costs exigible by the Board where it believes that payment has been exacted from an insured person where nothing in this Act, the regulations or the agreements so permits;
(f)  prescribing the terms, conditions and procedure applicable to calls for tenders for the supply of devices or other equipment that compensate for a physical deficiency, visual or hearing aids or communication devices contemplated in section 3;
(g)  establishing the classes of health insurance cards according to the services for which a person is eligible and determining, for each class of card, the information it shall contain;
(h)  determining the content of a health insurance card and an eligibility card and the terms and conditions of their issue and determining the cases, circumstances and conditions in or according to which the Board may, or must, issue a health insurance card or eligibility card that does not include the photograph or signature of the insured person;
(i)  prescribing the cases and conditions in and on which a person must, at the request and expense of the Board, undergo an examination or assessment under section 14.2.1, the standards according to which the examination or assessment must be conducted, and the conditions governing the reimbursement of the travel and lodging expenses of the person undergoing the examination or assessment and of the person who, where such is the case, accompanies the person, and determining, for the latter person, an availability allowance.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39; 1991, c. 42, s. 585; 1992, c. 21, s. 115; 1992, c. 21, s. 375; 1994, c. 8, s. 18; 1999, c. 89, s. 38, s. 42; 1999, c. 89, s. 38.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the content of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, an insured person, a resident or deemed resident of Québec, an institution or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(c.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of an insured person who is a person deemed to be resident in Québec;
(c.2)  fixing the amount of the costs payable for an application to re-register in the case of an insured person who fails to send the Board a registration renewal notice within the time fixed by regulation and determining the cases in which a person may be exempted therefrom;
(d)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of a person referred to in subparagraph a of subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of section 10 of the Act respecting the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (chapter M-19.2);
(d.2)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board from a health professional who submits to the Board a statement of fees or a claim for payment by means of a billing system other than a telecommunication system, determining the terms and conditions of payment of the costs and exempting, in such cases, conditions and circumstances as it indicates, certain health professionals or certain classes of health professionals from the payment of such costs;
(e)  fixing the amount of the administrative costs exigible by the Board where it believes that payment has been exacted from an insured person where nothing in this Act, the regulations or the agreements so permits;
(f)  prescribing the terms, conditions and procedure applicable to calls for tenders for the supply of devices or other equipment that compensate for a physical deficiency, visual or hearing aids or communication devices contemplated in section 3;
(g)  establishing the classes of health insurance cards according to the services for which a person is eligible and determining, for each class of card, the information it shall contain;
(h)  determining the content of a health insurance card and an eligibility card and the terms and conditions of their issue and determining the cases, circumstances and conditions in or according to which the Board may, or must, issue a health insurance card or eligibility card that does not include the photograph or signature of the insured person;
(i)  prescribing the cases and conditions in and on which a person must, at the request and expense of the Board, undergo an examination or assessment under section 14.2.1, the standards according to which the examination or assessment must be conducted, and the conditions governing the reimbursement of the travel and lodging expenses of the person undergoing the examination or assessment and of the person who, where such is the case, accompanies the person, and determining, for the latter person, an availability allowance.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39; 1991, c. 42, s. 585; 1992, c. 21, s. 115; 1992, c. 21, s. 375; 1994, c. 8, s. 18; 1999, c. 89, s. 38, s. 42.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the content of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, a beneficiary, a resident or deemed resident of Québec, an institution or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health-insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(c.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of a beneficiary who is a person deemed to be resident in Québec;
(d)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d.1)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board for applications for the renewal of the registration of a person referred to in subparagraph a of subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of section 10 of the Act respecting the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (chapter M-19.2);
(d.2)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible by the Board from a health professional who submits to the Board a statement of fees or a claim for payment by means of a billing system other than an electronic data processing or telecommunication system, determining the terms and conditions of payment of the costs and exempting, in such cases, conditions and circumstances as it indicates, certain health professionals or certain classes of health professionals from the payment of such costs;
(e)  fixing the amount of the administrative costs exigible by the Board where it believes that payment has been exacted from a beneficiary where nothing in this Act, the regulations or the agreements so permits;
(f)  prescribing the terms, conditions and procedure applicable to calls for tenders for the supply of prostheses, orthopedic devices, locomotor or posture assists, medical supplies or other equipment, visual or hearing aids or communication devices contemplated in section 3;
(g)  establishing the classes of health-insurance cards according to the services for which a person is eligible and determining, for each class of card, the information it shall contain;
(h)  determining the content of a health-insurance card and an eligibility card and the terms and conditions of their issue and determining the cases, circumstances and conditions in or according to which the Board may, or must, issue a health-insurance card or eligibility card that does not include the photograph or signature of the beneficiary.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39; 1991, c. 42, s. 585; 1992, c. 21, s. 115; 1992, c. 21, s. 375; 1994, c. 8, s. 18.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the content of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, a beneficiary, a resident or deemed resident of Québec, an institution or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing any other additional mode of making a statement of fees according to which a professional may claim fees from the Board, the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health-insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d)  fixing the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(e)  fixing the amount of the administrative costs exigible by the Board where it believes that payment has been exacted from a beneficiary where nothing in this Act, the regulations or the agreements so permits;
(f)  prescribing the terms, conditions and procedure applicable to calls for tenders for the supply of wheel chairs or hearing aids;
(g)  establishing the classes of health-insurance cards according to the services for which a person is eligible and determining, for each class of card, the information it shall contain;
(h)  determining the content of a health-insurance card and an eligibility card and the terms and conditions of their issue and determining the cases, circumstances and conditions in or according to which the Board may, or must, issue a health-insurance card or eligibility card that does not include the photograph or signature of the beneficiary.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39; 1991, c. 42, s. 585; 1992, c. 21, s. 115; 1992, c. 21, s. 375.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the content of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, a beneficiary, a resident or deemed resident of Québec, an establishment or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing any other additional mode of making a statement of fees according to which a professional may claim fees from the Board, the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fix the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health-insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d)  fix the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(e)  fix the amount of the administrative costs exigible by the Board where it believes that payment has been exacted from a beneficiary where nothing in this Act, the regulations or the agreements so permits;
(f)  prescribe the terms, conditions and procedure applicable to calls for tenders for the supply of wheel chairs or hearing aids;
(g)  establish the classes of health-insurance cards according to the services for which a person is eligible and determine, for each class of card, the information it shall contain;
(h)  determine the content of a health-insurance card and an eligibility card and the terms and conditions of their issue and determine the cases, circumstances and conditions in or according to which the Board may, or must, issue a health-insurance card or eligibility card that does not include the photograph or signature of the beneficiary.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39; 1991, c. 42, s. 585; 1992, c. 21, s. 115.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the content of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, a beneficiary, a resident or deemed resident of Québec, an establishment or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing any other additional mode of making a statement of fees according to which a professional may claim fees from the Board, the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fix the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health-insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d)  fix the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(e)  fix the amount of the administrative costs exigible by the Board where it believes that payment has been exacted from a beneficiary where nothing in this Act, the regulations or the agreements so permits;
(f)  prescribe the terms, conditions and procedure applicable to calls for tenders for the supply of wheel chairs or hearing aids;
(g)  establish the classes of health-insurance cards according to the services for which a person is eligible and determine, for each class of card, the information it shall contain;
(h)  determine the content of a health-insurance card and an eligibility card and the terms and conditions of their issue.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39; 1991, c. 42, s. 585.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the content of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, a beneficiary, a resident or deemed resident of Québec, an establishment or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing any other additional mode of making a statement of fees according to which a professional may claim fees from the Board, the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept;
(c)  fix the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of a health-insurance card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(d)  fix the amount of the costs exigible for the replacement of an eligibility card before its expiry, and the categories of persons who may be exempt from the payment of such costs;
(e)  fix the amount of the administrative costs exigible by the Board where it believes that payment has been exacted from a beneficiary where nothing in this Act, the regulations or the agreements so permits;
In force: 1989-11-01
(f)  prescribe the terms, conditions and procedure applicable to calls for tenders for the supply of wheel chairs or hearing aids.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48; 1989, c. 50, s. 39.
72. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing the form and tenor of the statement of fees or of any other form of the Board which may or must be used by a professional in the field of health, a beneficiary, a resident of Québec, an establishment or a laboratory;
(b)  prescribing any other additional mode of making a statement of fees according to which a professional may claim fees from the Board, the cases in and conditions according to which a mandatary may claim fees from the Board on behalf of a professional in the field of health, the information, and the tenor of the documents pertaining to the claim that the professional must file with the Board and preserve, together with the time for which such documents must be kept.
Before coming into force, such a regulation must be approved by the Government.
1970, c. 37, s. 57; 1979, c. 1, s. 48.
72. The Board may, by by-law, prescribe the form and tenor of the forms which may or must be used for the purposes of this act by a professional or a resident of Québec; such a by-law must, before coming into force, be approved by the Gouvernement.
1970, c. 37, s. 57.