§ 41.117. Penalties for noncompliance.
(a) A party will not be permitted to offer the testimony of a witness at a hearing on a provider appeal unless either the party disclosed the identity of the witness in the partys position paper or the party establishes that there is good cause to permit the testimony of the witness.
(b) A party will not be permitted to introduce a document into evidence at a hearing on a provider appeal unless the party identified the document as an exhibit and served the other parties to the provider appeal with a copy of the document at the time the party filed its position paper with the Bureau unless there is good cause.
(c) This section does not preclude a party from introducing a document or testimony solely for use as an impeachment of a witnessess credibility even if a party did not give advance notice to the opposing party.
This section cited in 55 Pa. Code § 41.92 (relating to expedited disposition procedure for certain appeals); 55 Pa. Code § 41.101 (relating to prehearing procedure in certain provider appeals); and 55 Pa. Code § 41.122 (relating to supplementing disclosures and responses).
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