Authorized Services and Allowable Costs
(a)Authorized services for which OPI funds may be expended include:
(A)Home care supportive services limited to the following:
(iii)Assistive technology device;
(v)Adult day services;
(vi)Registered nurse services; and
(vii)Home delivered meals.
(b)Other authorized services for which OPI funds may be expended are authorized on a case by case basis by the Director of the Department. Other authorized services may include:
(A)Services to support community caregivers and strengthen the natural support system of individuals;
(B)Evidence-based health promotion services;
(C)Options counseling; or
(D)Assisted transportation options that allow individuals to live at home and access the full range of community resources.
(c)Authorized services provided by an in-home care agency must meet the standards and requirements of in-home care agencies under ORS 443.305 (Definitions for ORS 443.305 to 443.350) to 443.350 (Applicability) and OAR chapter 333, division 536, and may only be offered through an in-home care agency licensed by the Oregon Health Authority.
(d)Authorized services provided by a homecare worker must meet the standards and requirements of the Home Care Commission under ORS 410.600 (Definitions for ORS 410.595 to 410.625) to 410.614 (Rights of home care and personal support workers) and OAR chapter 411, divisions 030 and 031.
(e)Authorized services provided using the Consumer-Employed Provider Program must meet the standards and requirements of OAR chapter 411, divisions 030 and 031.
(2)COMPUTATION OF ALLOWABLE COSTS. Allowable costs by AAAs are costs associated with the direct provision of authorized services to individuals and such administrative costs as may be required to assure adequate services and to provide information to the Department.
(3)ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS. Administrative costs cannot exceed ten percent of OPI funds.
Rule 411-032-0010 — Authorized Services and Allowable Costs,