. See Note 92 and accompanying text (noting that, in order to be awarded to TRO, a supplier must have a probability of success on the merits, which would not be possible for a serious author). In this context, the Tribunal then analyzed the supplier`s request. The court had no trouble finding irreparable damage and concluded that the absence of TRORs would be “both irreparable and potentially catastrophic”. 102 The Tribunal then found that there was a high probability of success on the merits, based solely on the allegation that CMS had violated the offeror`s procedural rights, including acknowledging the precarious situation that the memo posed: if a hospital did not refer to at least two patients hospitalized at the time of the investigation, no investigation would be carried out at that time. Instead, evaluators will conduct an initial audit of the organization`s admission data to determine whether CDA and ALOS are two or more in the past 12 months. If aDC and ALOS are two or more, the National Investigation Authority (“SA”) or the accreditation body (“AO”) finds that a second investigation will be conducted at a later date. 42 U.S.C. 60 CMS may terminate Medicare supplier contracts for non-compliance with legal or regulatory requirements for participation in Medicare61 In addition to a long list of rules that all providers must follow, Hospitals are subject to other provisions justifying the termination of contracts of Medicare providers.62 Hospitals with emergency services are subject to termination 62 hospitals with emergency services. 63 As a general rule, at least 15 days before the information comes into force must be at least 15 days before the information comes into force. 64 However, in the event of immediate danger65, CMS gives the hospital a first 23 days for termination.66 If defects are not corrected.66 If defects are not corrected66.
, CMS communicates to the supplier and the public 67 “at least 2 days, but no more than 4 days” prior to the termination of the supplier contract.68 Nevertheless, there is a low or even low probability that an offender will slip through the cracks.