OAR 411-085-0320
Residents’ Rights: Charges and Rates


ADMISSION. The facility must provide written and oral notice before or at the time of admission to each resident specifying:


The base daily rate, or Medicaid rate and, as soon as known, amount of resident liability, as applicable; services provided for that rate, and other charges that might reasonably be expected, including but not limited to medical supplies, pharmaceuticals, incontinence care, feeding, bedhold daily rate, and laundry;


Whether the facility accepts Medicaid reimbursement:


If the facility accepts Medicaid reimbursement, the notice must include a description of the Medicaid eligibility requirements and who to contact to apply for Medicaid assistance;


If the facility does not accept Medicaid, the notice must include the facility’s policy regarding residents who exhaust their private resources and become eligible for Medicaid;


Nothing in this section will be construed to permit discrimination based on payment source; and


Alternative forms of transportation available to the resident for routine and emergency transportation, including information on possible cost and how to access such service(s).


RATE CHANGES. The facility must give 30 days’ written notice to all residents of changes in base rates and any other charge.

Source: Rule 411-085-0320 — Residents’ Rights: Charges and Rates, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=411-085-0320.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 411-085-0320’s source at or​.us