Termination of Participation
(1)The Commission’s reporting program relies on voluntary reporting. However, the Commission is responsible for ensuring that those who choose to participate also comply with the standards established by the Commission.
(2)Participation requirements include the reporting of all Reportable Serious Adverse Events; fully completing Event Reports; creating and implementing acceptable action plans; and providing written disclosure to patients or families following a Reportable Serious Adverse Event.
(3)If the Commission believes a Long Term Care Facility Participant is not meeting its participation requirements, the Commission must provide the Long Term Care Facility Participant with a written notice explaining why. The Long Term Care Facility Participant will have 30 calendar days to respond and come into compliance.
(4)The Commission may deny, suspend or revoke a Long Term Care Facility Participant’s status when the Commission finds that there has been a substantial failure to comply with the provisions of participation.
(5)Upon written notification by the Commission of revocation, suspension, or denial of a Long Term Care Facility Participant enrollment in the Oregon Patient Safety Reporting Program, a Long Term Care Facility Participant may request a hearing. Hearings will be held in accordance with ORS 183.310 (Definitions for chapter) to 183.470 (Orders in contested cases).
Rule 325-020-0015 — Termination of Participation,