Ariz. Admin. Code § R6-6-2302 - Deemed Status: Eligibility, Application, and Limitations

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

A. To be eligible for deemed status, the provider shall:
1. Have a current accreditation from a nationally recognized agency for organizations, programs, and services the provider offers or seeks to offer to Division consumers.
2. Submit a letter to the Department's Division of Developmental Disabilities applying for deemed status. The letter shall:
a. Name the accrediting agency,
b. Specify the applicant's programs or services that the nationally recognized agency has accredited,
c. Include documentation of:
i. The current accreditation certificate;
ii. Correspondence between the provider and the accrediting agency relating to the accreditation, including attachments, corrective action plans, survey/credentialing reports, notices of deficiency, quality improvement plans, and any similar document, correspondence, or information that pertains to the programs, services, and staff providing the programs and services for which the provider seeks deemed status; and
d. State that the provider agrees to adhere to and be accountable for meeting all Department standards.
B. The Department shall only grant deemed status to providers who apply and satisfy the eligibility criteria in subsection (A).

Notes

Ariz. Admin. Code § R6-6-2302
New Section made by final rulemaking at 17 A.A.R. 1454, effective July 12, 2011 (Supp. 11-3).

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