Title: Section 759.2 - Applicability

Effective Date

06/14/2017

759.2 Applicability.

(a)(1) The operator of a diagnostic and treatment center or a residential health care facility may provide adult day health care services to registrants when approved pursuant to Part 710 of this Title.

(2) A diagnostic and treatment center or a residential health care facility which has been approved by the department to operate an adult day health care program at its primary site may provide adult day health care services at an extension site approved by the department under the provisions of section 710.1 of this Title.

(3) A diagnostic and treatment center or a residential health care facility which does not operate an adult day health care program at its primary site may provide such a program at an extension site approved by the department in accordance with section 710.1 of this Title if there is not sufficient suitable space within the center or residential health care facility to accommodate a full range of adult day health care program activities and services. The department may conduct an on-site survey of the extension clinic or offsite location of the residential health care facility to determine whether the facility space and/or location is suitable for an adult day health care program.

(b) Prior to operation of the facility's adult day health care program, the operator shall apply to the department for approval in accordance with Part 710 of this Chapter and shall submit a description of the proposed program, including but not limited to:

(1) need for the program, including statements on philosophy and objectives of the program;

(2) range of services provided;

(3) methods of delivery of services;

(4) transportation arrangements for registrants;

(5) physical space and use thereof;

(6) number and expected characteristics of registrants to be served;

(7) personnel participating in the program, including qualifications;

(8) case management services and use of and coordination with existing community resources, including designated AIDS Centers, health homes and other licensed health facilities, alcohol and substance abuse programs and rehabilitation facilities as appropriate;

(9) financial policies and procedures;

(10) program budget;

(11) methods for program evaluation; and

(12) proximity to an identified number of potential registrants.

 

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VOLUME E (Title 10)

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