Oregon Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division

Rule Rule 333-006-0140
Newborn Nurse Home Visiting Services Provider Review

(1) The Authority, or its designee, may conduct an on-site review of each certified newborn nurse home visiting services provider within one year of initial certification to determine compliance with these rules. The Authority may conduct additional on-site reviews in its discretion.
(2) The certified provider must permit the Authority, or its designee, access to the certified provider’s place of business during a review. The provider must permit the Authority, or its designee, access to provider records and cooperate with the Authority during a review. A review may include, but is not limited to:
(a) Review of documents, policies and procedures, and records;
(b) Review of electronic health records systems, and review of practice management systems;
(c) Review of data reports from electronic systems or other tracking systems; and
(d) Interviews with management, clinical and administrative staff.
(3) The Authority, or its designee, shall provide the certified provider with a written report of the findings from the on-site review.
(4) If the Authority finds violations by the certified provider, the Authority may:
(a) Require corrective actions to be completed within a specified timeline; or
(b) Revoke or suspend the certification in accordance with ORS chapter 183.
(5) The Authority may conduct a review of a certified provider without prior notice at any time.
(6) A certified provider must provide the Authority with provider records upon request.

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Jun. 8, 2021