EXEMPT CONTINUING CARE FACILITIES FROM CON.

View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
House Bill 900 (Public) Filed Thursday, April 11, 2013
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT EXEMPTING FROM CERTIFICATE OF NEED REVIEW CONTINUING CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES THAT PROVIDE HOME HEALTH SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS RECEIVING LODGING WITHIN THESE COMMUNITIES.
Intro. by Avila, Samuelson, Boles, Burr.

Status: Re-ref Com On Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House (House Action) (May 15 2013)
H 900

Bill Summaries:

  • Summary date: May 14 2013 - More information

    House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.

    Provides that the Department of Health and Human Services will exempt from certificate of need review the establishment of a home health agency by a continuing care retirement community licensed under Article 64 of Chapter 58 to provide home health services to residents of a continuing care community who have entered into a contract to receive continuing care services with lodging. Provides that a continuing care retirement community seeking to provide home health services to individuals who do not reside at the continuing care retirement community pursuant to a contract for care services and lodging will be required to obtain a certificate of need as a home health agency prior to developing or offering home health services to any individual who is not a resident of the continuing care retirement community under contract to receive care services with lodging.


  • Summary date: Apr 16 2013 - More information

    As title indicates. Amends GS 131E-184, providing that the NC Department of Health and Human Services will exempt continuing care retirement communities licensed under GS 58 Article 6, who have contracted to receive continuing care services with lodging from certificate of need review. Provides that continuing care and lodging are defined for use in this subsection as found in GS 58-64-1. Applies to continuing care retirement communities engaged in the direct provision of home health care services on or after the date that the act becomes law.

     


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