(1) An issuer shall comply with section 1882(c) (3) of the Social Security Act (as enacted by section 4081(b) (2) (C) of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1987 (OBRA) , Pub. L. No. 100-203) by:
(a) Accepting a notice from a medicare carrier on dually assigned claims submitted by participating physicians and suppliers as a claim form otherwise required and making a payment determination on the basis of the information contained in that notice;
(b) Notifying the participating physician or supplier and the beneficiary of the payment determination;
(c) Paying the participating physician or supplier directly;
(d) Furnishing, at the time of enrollment, each enrollee with a card listing the policy name, number and a central mailing address to which notices from a medicare carrier may be sent;
(e) Paying user fees for claim notices that are transmitted electronically or otherwise. Any cost may not be passed on to the insured as a separate distinguishable charge and the charge may not be separated from the premium; and
(f) Providing to the secretary of health and human services, at least annually, a central mailing address to which all claims may be sent by medicare carriers.
(2) Compliance with the above requirements must be certified on the medicare supplement insurance experience reporting form.