Notice of claim to department, authority or coordinated care organization
(1) If any applicant or recipient makes a claim or, without making a claim, begins an action to enforce such claim, the applicant or recipient, or the attorney for the applicant or the recipient, shall immediately notify the Department of Human Services or the Oregon Health Authority and the recipient’s coordinated care organization, if the recipient is receiving services from the organization. If an applicant or recipient, or the attorney for the applicant or the recipient, has given notice that the applicant or recipient has made a claim, it shall not be necessary for the applicant or recipient, or the attorney for the applicant or the recipient, to give notice that the applicant or recipient has begun an action to enforce such claim. The notification shall include the name and address of each person or public body, agency or commission against whom claim is made or action is brought. If claim is made or action is brought against a corporation, the address given in such notification shall be that of its principal place of business. If the applicant or recipient is a minor, the parents, legal guardian or foster parents of the minor shall give the notification required by this section.
(2) The notification required by subsection (1) of this section shall be provided to:
(a) The Oregon Health Authority by applicants for or recipients of assistance provided by the authority; and
(b) The Department of Human Services for assistance provided by the department. [Formerly 411.556; 2001 c.600 §2; 2009 c.595 §347; 2011 c.602 §50]
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