N.J. Admin. Code § 10:37-9.2 - Scope and purpose

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) This subchapter applies to PAs as defined in 10:37-9.3.
(b) PAs shall implement a QA program which provides an ongoing loop of information about important aspects of care.
(c) The standards set forth in this subchapter, when implemented, shall provide PAs with information about their ability to provide responsive, outcome oriented treatment to clients by generating data about the following:
1. Whether clients receive services appropriate to their needs;
2. Whether clients are attaining individual program goals;
3. Whether programming is flexible enough to meet the changing needs of clients;
4. Whether clients are receiving the services that are documented on their treatment plans;
5. Whether clients are receiving services they do not need;
6. Whether clients are receiving services they want;
7. Whether clients are staying in service for an appropriate period of time, commensurate with their needs;
8. Whether there is client participation in treatment and in evaluating the quality of service; and
9. Whether staff are qualified to provide particular services to clients and whether their skills are enhanced through continuing education.


N.J. Admin. Code § 10:37-9.2

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