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Ins 17.28(4)(i)1. 1. The total amount due calculated under par. (b).
Ins 17.28(4)(i)2. 2. Notice of the provider's right to pay the amount due in full or in instalments.
Ins 17.28(4)(i)3. 3. The minimum amount due if the provider elects installment payments.
Ins 17.28(4)(i)4. 4. The payment due date.
Ins 17.28(4)(j) (j) Balance billing. If a provider pays at least the minimum amount due but less than the total amount due by the due date, the fund shall calculate the remainder due by subtracting the amount paid from the amount due and shall bill the provider for the remainder on a quarterly installment basis. Each subsequent bill shall include all of the following:
Ins 17.28(4)(j)1. 1. The total of the remainder due.
Ins 17.28(4)(j)2. 2. Interest on the remainder due. The daily rate of interest shall be the average annualized rate earned by the fund on its short-term funds for the first 3 quarters of the preceding fiscal year, as determined by the state investment board, divided by 360.
Ins 17.28(4)(j)3. 3. A $3 administrative service charge.
Ins 17.28(4)(j)4. 4. The minimum amount due.
Ins 17.28(4)(j)5. 5. The payment due date.
Ins 17.28(4)(k) (k) Prompt payment required. A provider shall pay at least the minimum amount due on or before each due date. If the fund receives payment later than the due date specified in the late payment notice sent to the provider by certified mail, the fund, notwithstanding par. (n) 5., may not apply the payment retroactively to the annual fee unless the board has authorized retroactive coverage under sub. (3s) (b).
Ins 17.28(4)(n) (n) Application of payments. Except as provided in par. (k), all payments to the fund shall be applied in chronological order first to previous fiscal years for which a balance is due and then to the current fiscal year. The amounts for each fiscal year shall be credited in the following order:
Ins 17.28(4)(n)1. 1. Mediation fund fee imposed under s. Ins 17.01.
Ins 17.28(4)(n)2. 2. Administrative service charge under par. (j) 3.
Ins 17.28(4)(n)3. 3. Interest under par. (j) 2.
Ins 17.28(4)(n)4. 4. Surcharge imposed under s. Ins 17.285.
Ins 17.28(4)(n)5. 5. Annual fee under sub. (6).
Ins 17.28(4)(o) (o) Waiver of balance. The fund may waive any balance of $50 or less, if it is in the economic interest of the fund to do so.
Ins 17.28(5) (5)Filing of certificates of insurance.
Ins 17.28(5)(a)(a) Electronic filing. Except as provided in par. (b), each insurer and self-insured provider required under s. 655.23 (3) (b) or (c), Stats., to file a certificate of insurance shall file the certificate electronically in the format specified by the commissioner by the 15th day of the month following the month of original issuance or renewal or a change of class under sub. (6).
Ins 17.28(5)(b) (b) Exemption. An insurer or self-insured provider may file a written request for an exemption from the requirement of par. (a). The commissioner may grant the exemption if he or she finds that compliance would constitute a financial or administrative hardship. An insurer or self-insured provider granted an exemption under this paragraph shall file a paper certificate in the format specified by the commissioner within 45 days after original issuance or renewal or a change of class under sub. (6).
Ins 17.28(5)(c) (c) Late filing fee. A late fee in the amount of $100.00 per certificate shall be paid to the fund by each insurer and self-insured provider who fails to file a certificate of insurance in accordance with the requirements of this subsection. An additional $100.00 late fee shall be paid per certificate for each additional week, or portion thereof, the certificate is not in compliance with this subsection.
Ins 17.28(6) (6)Fee schedule. The following fee schedule is in effect from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014:
Ins 17.28(6)(a) (a) Except as provided in pars. (b) to (f) and sub. (6e), for a physician for whom this state is a principal place of practice:
Class 1   $1,457   Class 3   $5,828
Class 2   $2,623   Class 4   $9,616
Ins 17.28(6)(b) (b) For a resident acting within the scope of a residency or fellowship program:
Class 1   $ 729   Class 3   $2,916
Class 2   $1,312   Class 4   $4,811
Ins 17.28(6)(c) (c) For a resident practicing part-time outside the scope of a residency or fellowship program:
All classes   $874
Ins 17.28(6)(d) (d) For a Medical College of Wisconsin, Inc., full-time faculty member:
Class 1   $583   Class 3   $2,332
Class 2   $1,049   Class 4   $3,848
Ins 17.28(6)(e) (e) For physicians who practice part-time:
Ins 17.28(6)(e)1. 1. For a physician who practices fewer than 500 hours during the fiscal year, limited to office practice and nursing home and house calls, and who does not practice obstetrics or surgery or assist in surgical procedures:   $ 364
Ins 17.28(6)(e)2. 2. For a physician who practices 1,040 hours or less during the fiscal year, including those who practice fewer than 500 hours during the fiscal year whose practice is not limited to office practice, nursing homes or house calls or who do practice obstetrics, surgery or assist in surgical procedures:
Class 1   $ 874   Class 3   $3,496
Class 2   $1,573   Class 4   $5,768
Ins 17.28(6)(f) (f) For a physician for whom this state is not a principal place of practice:
Class 1   $ 729   Class 3   $2,916
Class 2   $1,312   Class 4   $4,811
Ins 17.28(6)(g) (g) For a nurse anesthetist for whom this state is a principal place of practice:   $ 358
Ins 17.28(6)(h) (h) For a nurse anesthetist for whom this state is not a principal place of practice:   $ 179
Ins 17.28(6)(i) (i) For a hospital, all of the following fees:
Ins 17.28(6)(i)1. 1. Per occupied bed   $ 87
Ins 17.28(6)(i)2. 2. Per 100 outpatient visits during the last calendar year for which totals are available:   $ 4.35
Ins 17.28(6)(j) (j) For a nursing home, as described under s. 655.002 (1) (j), Stats., that is wholly owned and operated by a hospital and that has health care liability insurance separate from that of the hospital by which it is owned and operated:
Per occupied bed     $ 17
Ins 17.28(6)(k) (k) For a partnership comprised of physicians or nurse anesthetists, organized for the primary purpose of providing the medical services of physicians or nurse anesthetists, all of the following fees:
Ins 17.28(6)(k)1.a.a. If the total number of partners and employed physicians and nurse anesthetists is from 2 to 10   $ 51
Ins 17.28(6)(k)1.b. b. If the total number of partners and employed physicians and nurse anesthetists is from 11 to 100   $ 503
Ins 17.28(6)(k)1.c. c. If the total number of partners and employed physicians and nurse anesthetists exceeds 100   $1,252
Ins 17.28(6)(k)2. 2. The following fee for each full-time equivalent allied health care professional employed by the partnership as of the most recent completed survey submitted:
Employed Health Care Professionals   Fund Fee
Nurse Practitioners   $ 364
Advanced Nurse Practitioners   510
Nurse Midwives     3,205
Advanced Nurse Midwives   3,351
Advanced Practice Nurse Prescribers   510
Chiropractors     583
Dentists     291
Oral Surgeons     2,186
Podiatrists-Surgical   6,192
Optometrists       291
Physician Assistants   291
Ins 17.28(6)(L) (L) For a corporation, including a service corporation, with more than one shareholder organized under ch. 180, Stats., for the primary purpose of providing the medical services of physicians or nurse anesthetists, all of the following fees:
Ins 17.28(6)(L)1.a.a. If the total number of shareholders and employed physicians and nurse anesthetists is from 2 to 10   $ 51
Ins 17.28(6)(L)1.b. b. If the total number of shareholders and employed physicians and nurse anesthetists is from 11 to 100   $ 503
Ins 17.28(6)(L)1.c. c. If the total number of shareholders and employed physicians or nurse anesthetists exceeds 100   $1,252
Ins 17.28(6)(L)2. 2. The following fee for each full-time equivalent allied health care professional employed by the corporation as of the most recent completed survey submitted:
Employed Health Care Professionals   Fund Fee
Nurse Practitioners     $ 364
Advanced Nurse Practitioners   510
Nurse Midwives     3,205
Advanced Nurse Midwives     3,351
Advanced Practice Nurse Prescribers   510
Chiropractors     583
Dentists     291
Oral Surgeons     2,186
Podiatrists-Surgical     6,192
Optometrists     291
Physician Assistants     291
Ins 17.28(6)(m) (m) For a corporation organized under ch. 181, Stats., for the primary purpose of providing the medical services of physicians or nurse anesthetists, all of the following fees:
Ins 17.28(6)(m)1.a.a. If the total number of employed physicians and nurse anesthetists is from 1 to 10   $ 51
Ins 17.28(6)(m)1.b. b. If the total number of employed physicians and nurse anesthetists is from 11 to 100   $ 503
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Published under s. 35.93, Stats. Updated on the first day of each month. Entire code is always current. The Register date on each page is the date the chapter was last published.