Oregon Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division

Rule Rule 333-006-0100
Newborn Nurse Home Visiting Services Provider Coordination

(1) Certified providers must coordinate with the community lead(s) designated in the communities that the certified provider serves, or the Authority if no community lead has been designated. Coordination includes, but is not limited to:
(a) Actively communicating and working with community leads to ensure that the services are offered to all families with newborns residing in the community lead’s identified community.
(b) Participating in community lead’s community advisory board.
(c) Actively communicating and collaborating with other home visiting providers in the identified communities to promote continuity of care.
(2) Certified providers must coordinate with the certified providers in the same identified communities to coordinate the offering of services to families.
(3) Certified providers must actively communicate with primary care providers of care to the families receiving services.
(4) A certified provider discontinuing services voluntarily must notify the community lead(s) and the Authority at least 90 days prior to the date of voluntary closure and provide a written plan to ensure continuity of care for families and appropriately maintain records.

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