N.J. Admin. Code § 10:44A-1.7 - Renewal of a license

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

(a) Full licenses shall be effective for one year from the expiration date of the preceding license, unless otherwise specified by the Department by the issuance of a provisional license, a non-renewal of license, suspension of license or revocation of license.
(b) Upon imposition of a provisional license or a non-renewal of license a licensee shall submit a plan of correction regarding all deficiencies within 30 days or in accordance with a shorter time frame as established by the licensing agency.
1. A shorter time frame shall be established by the Department in those instances where prompt remediation of a deficiency is required in order to protect the health, safety, welfare and rights of individuals receiving services.
(c) Following receipt of the plan of correction, the licensing agency may conduct an on-site review to verify the corrective action taken.
1. Following an on-site review, the findings of the licensing agency regarding the licensee's plan of correction shall be provided to the licensee. These findings shall indicate that each deficiency is corrected, partially corrected, not corrected, or that further review is required by the licensing agency.
i. Should there be continuing deficiencies, or if new deficiencies are noted which document substantial or willful noncompliance, the findings shall indicate that a second plan of correction is required or that the licensing agency may impose a negative licensing action.
(d) If a second plan of correction is required by the licensing agency, the licensee shall submit the plan of correction within the time frame specified by the licensing agency.
(e) Following receipt of the second plan of correction, the licensing agency may conduct an on-site review to verify the corrective action taken.
1. Subsequent to an on-site review, the findings of the licensing agency regarding the licensee's second plan of correction shall be provided to the licensee. These findings shall indicate whether or not each deficiency is corrected.
i. Should there be continuing deficiencies which the licensee has stated in the plan of correction have been corrected, or if other deficiencies are noted which jeopardize the health, safety, welfare and rights of the individuals, or which document substantial or willful noncompliance, the licensing agency shall impose a negative licensing action.

Notes

N.J. Admin. Code § 10:44A-1.7
Amended by R.2003 d.221, effective 6/2/2003.
See: 34 New Jersey Register 4298(a), 35 New Jersey Register 2479(a).
In (a), amended the length which a full license shall be effective from two years to up to one.
Amended by R.2004 d.404, effective 11/1/2004.
See: 36 New Jersey Register 2589(a), 36 New Jersey Register 4961(a).

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