10 Apr Hospital Tie Up Agreement Format
2.13 Non-competition. Contractors and the hospital recognize the importance of collaboration in all aspects of imaging saving in the primary service area of the hospital. In the event that the licensee is, directly or indirectly, the owner, managed, leased, employee or other participant in the operation of a radiology or diagnostic or therapeutic imaging service in the primary care section of the hospital (defined as `) the hospital reserves the right to terminate this contract with a written notice of ninety (90) days. The contractor undertakes to inform the hospital in writing at least ninety (90) days before an agreement is reached in which the owner, administration, lease, staff or any other involvement in the operation of a centre is described above. The contractor will provide a list of current contracts and locations of services provided to other companies in Appendix D. 2.2.5 Contractor Representations. During the duration of the agreement, the contractor undertakes to comply with all applicable federal and regional laws, rules and rules applicable to the services to be provided by the contractor. The holder certifies all administrative authorizations necessary to provide the services. At present, the contractor does not certify its parent company and/or its subsidiaries, and its employees, subcontractors or agents who will provide services in accordance with the agreement, and has never been suspended from participating in any type of criminal or civil sanctions, fines, fines, impediments or other penalties by private or public health insurance programs, including Medicare, Medicaid or any other state or state health insurance program. The licensee does not certify to him and any radiologist providing services, an agreement or agreement preventing the contractor from providing or providing the services required in full under this agreement. The holder also certifies that the contractor has informed the hospital in writing of any direct family member of a radiologist who provides services and has an indemnity agreement or investment interest rate with the hospital (“direct family member” includes a husband or wife, a birth or adoptive parent, a child or brother or sister; in-laws, stepchildren, brothers-in-law or half-sisters; stepfather, stepmother, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law or sister-in-law; grandparents or grandchildren; Spouse of a grandparent or grandchild).