108A-146.13. Intergovernmental transfer adjustment component.

(a) The intergovernmental transfer adjustment component is the sum of all of the following subcomponents:

(1) The historical subcomponent is forty-one million two hundred twenty-seven thousand three hundred twenty-one dollars ($41,227,321) for each quarter of the 2021-2022 State fiscal year. For each subsequent State fiscal year, the historical subcomponent shall be increased over the prior year's quarterly amount by the market basket percentage.

(2) The postpartum subcomponent applies to the assessments under this Part only during the period of April 1, 2022, through March 31, 2027, and is two million nine hundred sixty-two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,962,500) for each quarter of the 2021-2022 State fiscal year. For each subsequent State fiscal year, the postpartum subcomponent shall be increased over the prior year's quarterly amount by the Medicare Economic Index.

(3) The home and community-based services subcomponent applies to the assessments under this Part beginning April 1, 2024, and is eight million four hundred thirteen thousand five hundred dollars ($8,413,500) for each quarter of the 2023-2024 State fiscal year. For each subsequent State fiscal year, the home and community-based services subcomponent shall be increased over the prior year's quarterly amount by the Medicare Economic Index.

(b) If a public acute care hospital closes or becomes a private acute care hospital, then, beginning in the first assessment quarter following the closure or change to a private acute care hospital and for each quarter thereafter, the intergovernmental transfer adjustment component described in subsection (a) of this section, as inflated in accordance with that section, shall be reduced by the amount of the public acute care hospital's intergovernmental transfer to the Department made during its last quarter of operation as a public acute care hospital. (2021-61, s. 2; 2021-180, s. 9D.13A(d).)