|(a) A person or the person's authorized representative applies for MBIC by completing an application prescribed by HHSC and submitting it to HHSC in accordance with HHSC instructions. The date of receipt of the completed signed application by HHSC is the application filing date, which establishes the application month explained in §361.119 of this chapter (relating to Medical Effective Date). (b) An applicant or authorized representative must provide HHSC with all requested documentation and information that HHSC determines is necessary to make an eligibility determination or calculate a monthly premium. If the applicant or authorized representative fails or refuses to provide requested information by the date specified in a written request from HHSC, HHSC may deny the application for failure to furnish information. When this occurs but the person later provides the requested information, the date that the requested information is provided to HHSC becomes the application filing date explained in subsection (a) of this section. (c) HHSC notifies a recipient in writing when it is time to redetermine the recipient's eligibility. This usually occurs once per year, although HHSC may require a person to send in documentation and information more often if HHSC determines that a special review of the person's eligibility is appropriate. A recipient must provide requested documentation and information when HHSC sends written notice of the requirement to the recipient's case address of record. The written notice explains the deadline to provide the information. If a recipient fails to provide the information by the deadline stated in the written notice, HHSC may terminate the recipient's MBIC eligibility. (d) An applicant or recipient must report to HHSC within 10 calendar days any information that may impact the person's eligibility or monthly premium amount, in accordance with 42 U.S.C. §1383(e)(1)(A).