PPAT Notice-Proposed Changes to the ICF/IID Administrative Penalties Rules

HHSC published the proposed changes mandated by House Bill (H.B.) 2025 to the ICF/IID rules which calls for changes to rules governing administrative penalties, license terms and related policies in various programs including the ICF/IID program, DAHS, ALFs, NFs and Pediatric Extended Care Facilities. HB 2025 is the act relating to the regulation of certain long-term care facilities, including facilities that provide care to persons with Alzheimer ’s disease or related disorders; authorizing an administrative penalty. The Texas register details that specifically, §252.065 requires HHSC to develop a system to record and track the scope and severity of licensure violations by an intermediate care facility for individuals with an intellectual disability (ICF/IID) for the purpose of assessing an administrative penalty or taking other enforcement action. The system must be similar to the one used by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to categorize…

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