Sec. 560-X-53-.09 - Interdisciplinary Team

§ 560-X-53-.09. Interdisciplinary Team

(1) An Interdisciplinary Team, comprised of members as listed in § 460.102, is to be established for each PACE center. Participants are to be assigned to the Team located at the center he or she attends upon enrollment for an assessment so that the needs of each participant can be met.

(2) Members of the Team must primarily serve PACE participants and are responsible for the initial assessment, reassessments as required, developing a plan of care, and coordinating the care of a participant. The primary care physician on the Team must furnish primary medical care for each participant, and is responsible for managing a participant's medical situations, inpatient care, and use of specialists. Each member is responsible for reporting and documenting the medical, functional, and psychosocial condition of each participant to the Team. Written procedures must be established for use by the Team to ensure confidentiality with the participant between Team members and contractors that provide service for the participant.

(Emergency rule effective May 1, 1991. Permanent rule effective August 14, 1991. Repealed: Filed April 5, 1999; effective May 10, 1999. New Rule: Filed November 10, 2011; effective December 15, 2011.)

Author: Linda Lackey, Medicaid Administrator, LTC Project Development Unit.

Statutory Authority: State Plan, Attachment 2.2-A, Attachment 3.1-A and Supplement 3; 42 CFR 460.102.

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