Ariz. Admin. Code § R6-6-1515 - Corrective Action Plan

Current through Register Vol. 27, No. 52, December 24, 2021

A. In lieu of revocation or suspension, the Division may require a service provider to implement a corrective action plan to correct HCBS certification deficiencies when:
1. Allowing the service provider to continue services is in the best interest of the clients; and
2. The client's health, safety, or welfare will not be jeopardized.
B. The following conditions may result in a request for corrective action:
1. Certificate in CPR or training in First Aid for an individual service provider or direct-care staff is not current;
2. Written documentation of an orientation to the specific needs of each client is not available;
3. Required training is not documented or not completed; or
4. Fire inspection cannot be obtained within the time provided by R6-6-1505(B). The burden is on the service provider to document the inability to obtain a fire inspection.
C. The Division shall notify the service provider in writing of each deficiency, the corrective action to be taken, and the deadlines for all corrective action.
D. The service provider shall develop a corrective action plan and submit it to the Division.
E. If the service provider does not provide the Division with written documentation showing the completion of corrective action by the deadlines in the notice of deficiency, the Division may revoke or suspend the HCBS certificate pursuant to R6-6-1514.
F. The Division's decision to require a corrective action plan is not subject to administrative review pursuant to R6-6-1516.


Ariz. Admin. Code § R6-6-1515
Adopted effective February 1, 1996; filed in the Office of the Secretary of State December 26, 1995 (Supp. 95-4).

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