(1)CERTIFICATION, ENDORSEMENT, AND ENROLLMENT. To operate a 24-hour residential program, a provider must have:
(a)A certificate and an endorsement for a 24-hour residential program as set forth in OAR chapter 411, division 323;
(b)A Medicaid Agency Identification Number assigned by the Department as described in OAR chapter 411, division 370; and
(c)For each specific geographic service area where 24-hour residential services shall be delivered, a Medicaid Performing Provider Number assigned by the Department as described in OAR chapter 411, division 370.
(2)INSPECTIONS AND INVESTIGATIONS. A provider must allow inspections and investigations as described in OAR 411-323-0040 (Inspections and Investigations).
(3)MANAGEMENT AND PERSONNEL PRACTICES. A provider must comply with the management and personnel practices as described in OAR 411-323-0050 (Agency Management and Personnel Practices).
(a)A provider must submit annual staffing data to the nationally standardized reporting survey organization specified by the Department.
(b)A provider must ensure completion of the direct support worker staffing survey by the provider’s employees when required by the Department.
(5)COMPETENCY BASED TRAINING PLAN. A provider must have and implement a Competency Based Training Plan that meets, at a minimum, the competencies and timelines set forth in the Department’s Oregon Core Competencies. At a minimum, the Competency Based Training Plan must:
(a)Address health, safety, rights, values, personal regard, and the mission of the provider.
(b)Describe competencies, training methods, timelines, how competencies of staff are determined and documented, including steps for remediation, and when a competency may be waived by the provider to accommodate the specific circumstances of a staff member.
(6)GENERAL STAFF QUALIFICATIONS. Each staff member providing direct assistance to individuals must:
(a)Have knowledge of the ISPs for all individuals and all medical, behavioral, and additional supports required by the individuals; and
(b)Have met the basic qualifications in the Competency Based Training Plan. The provider must maintain and keep current written documentation that the staff member has demonstrated competency in areas identified by the Competency Based Training Plan as required by section (5) of this rule, and that is appropriate to their job description.
(7)CONFIDENTIALITY OF RECORDS. A provider must ensure all individuals’ records are confidential as described in OAR 411-323-0060 (Policies and Procedures).
(8)DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS. Unless stated otherwise, all entries required by these rules must comply with the agency documentation requirements described in OAR 411-323-0060 (Policies and Procedures).
(9)ABUSE AND INCIDENT HANDLING AND REPORTING.
(a)Complaints of abuse and the occurrence of serious incidents must be treated as described in OAR 411-323-0063 (Abuse and Incident Handling and Reporting).
(b)NOTIFICATION OF SUBSTANTIATED ABUSE.
(A)When a provider receives notification of a substantiated allegation of abuse, the provider must immediately give written notification to the following:
(i)The person found to have committed abuse.
(ii)Individuals residing in the home and their legal representatives.
(B)A provider’s written notification of a substantiated allegation of abuse must include the following:
(i)The type of abuse.
(ii)When the allegation was substantiated.
(iii)How to request a public record copy of the Abuse Investigation and Protective Services Report.
(C)A provider must have policies and procedures to describe how the provider implements notification of substantiated abuse as described in this section.
Rule 411-325-0025 — Program Management,