Except as provided in subsection (2) or (7) of this section, an authorization issued by the Health Licensing Office becomes not current on the last day of the month, one year from the date of issuance.
Any other information required by the office by rule.
In order to obtain a new authorization, the holder of an expired authorization shall submit a new application, pay fees established by the office under ORS 676.576 (Fees) and meet all requirements for a new authorization.
If an authorization has been denied, suspended or revoked for commission of a prohibited act under ORS 676.612 (Disciplinary authority), the office may not issue or renew the authorization for at least one year after the denial, suspension or revocation.
The office may vary the date on which an authorization becomes not current by providing the holder of the authorization with written notice of the new date and prorating the renewal fee accordingly.(8)(a) An authorization must be posted at all times in public view at the location where services are rendered, in accordance with rules adopted by the office.
A facility authorization must be posted at all times in public view at the facility address on file with the office.
This section does not apply to temporary authorizations or authorizations related to demonstration permits. [Formerly 676.589]