RULE 049.00.09-002 - HSC Regulation 100M: Nursing Home Methodology - Beds in Transition

RULE 049.00.09-002. HSC Regulation 100M: Nursing Home Methodology - Beds in Transition

HSC Regulation 100M Nursing Home Methodology

Add definition for "Beds In Transition"

The term "Beds in Transition" means beds that originate from a licensed facility and are being transferred or moved to a new, existing or replacement facility in a different county and are waiting final licensing of new construction. The beds shall not be considered licensed beds in the county into which where they are being moved for purposes of projected need and the awarding of additional beds.

HSC Regulation 100M Nursing Home Bed Methodology (03/07)

All dates contained herein, (with one exception see below), will move forward one year each July 1, e.g. on July 1, 1998, the date 2002 which is listed under "I. Population Based Methodology" will move forward to 2003.

Definitions

The term "Beds in Transition" means beds that originate from a licensed facility and are being transferred or moved to a new, existing or replacement facility in a different county and are awaiting final licensing of new construction. The beds shall not be considered licensed beds in the county into which where they are being moved for purposes of projected need and the awarding of additional beds.

The term "licensed beds" means the bed count as reflected on the current license issued by the Department of Human Services, Office of Long-Term Care.

I. POPULATION BASED METHODOLOGY (PROJECTED TO 2011)

POPULATION BASED FORMULA (04/03)

This methodology projects nursing home bed need using estimated population in four age groups (see below) of a service area (county):

AGE GROUP BEDS PER 1000 POPULATION

Below 65

.7

65 to 74

10.0

75 to 84

39.3

85 and above

160.0

(1/16/2009)

The following state regulations pages link to this page.