OAR 333-540-0060


The Division shall, in addition to any investigations conducted under OAR 333-540-0055 (Investigations), conduct at least one general survey of each caregiver registry to determine compliance with caregiver registry laws every three years and at such other times as the Division deems necessary.


A caregiver registry shall permit Division staff access to the caregiver registry place of business during a survey.


A survey may include but is not limited to:


Interviews of caregivers, clients, client representatives, client family members, and caregiver registry management and staff;


On-site observations of caregiver registry management, staff, or caregivers; and


Review of documents and records.


A caregiver registry shall make all requested documents and records available to the surveyor for review and copying.


Following a survey, Division staff may conduct an exit conference with the caregiver registry owner or his or her designee. During the exit conference Division staff shall:


Inform the caregiver registry representative of the preliminary findings of the inspection; and


Give the person a reasonable opportunity to submit additional facts or other information to the surveyor in response to those findings.


Following the survey, Division staff shall prepare and provide the caregiver registry owner or his or her designee specific and timely written notice of the findings.


If the findings result in a referral to another regulatory agency, Division staff shall submit the applicable information to that referral agency for its review and determination of appropriate action.


If no deficiencies are found during a survey, the Division shall issue written findings to the caregiver registry owner or designee indicating that fact.


If the surveyor’s written notice of findings indicates that the caregiver registry was in compliance with caregiver registry laws and no deficiencies were cited, the caregiver registry’s owner or designee shall sign and date the written notice and return it to the Division.


If deficiencies are found, the Division shall take informal or formal enforcement action in compliance with OAR 333-540-0070 (Informal Enforcement) or 333-540-0075 (Formal Enforcement).
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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