Administrative Rules

Rules in Effect

Chapter 173-1: Public Information

Chapter 173-1 of the Administrative Code
Public Information

173-1-02 Public hearing notices for rule proposals. (01/01/2017)
173-1-03 Public meetings. (02/10/2019)

Chapter 173-2: Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs)

Chapter 173-2 of the Administrative Code
Area Agencies on Aging

NEW 173-2-01 AAAs: introduction and definitions. (01/01/2020)
NEW 173-2-02 AAAs: planning and service areas. (01/01/2020)
NEW 173-2-03 AAAs: intrastate funding formula (IFF). (01/012020)
NEW 173-2-04 AAAs: currently-designated AAAs. (01/012020)
NEW 173-2-05 AAAs: designating new AAAs. (01/01/2020)
NEW 173-2-06 AAAs: area plans. (01/01/2020)
NEW 173-2-07 AAAs: monitoring AAAs and imposing corrective actions upon AAAs. (01/01/2020)
NEW 173-2-08 AAAs: de-designating an AAA. (01/012020)

Chapter 173-3: Older Americans Act

Chapter 173-3 of the Administrative Code
Older Americans Act

173-3-01 Older Americans Act: introduction and definitions. (02/01/2017 to 06/30/2020)
NEW 173-3-01 Older Americans Act: introduction and definitions. (07/01/2020)
173-3-04 Older Americans Act: general requirements for AAA-provider agreements. (06/01/2018)
173-3-05 Older Americans Act: procurement standards. (06/01/2018)
173-3-05.1 Older Americans Act: procurement standards for renewable and multi-year AAA-provider agreements. (08/01/2016)
173-3-06 Older Americans Act: requirements to include in every AAA-provider agreement. (06/01/2018)
173-3-06.1 Older Americans Act: adult day service. (09/01/2016)
173-3-06.2 Older Americans Act: chores. (12/01/2013)
173-3-06.3 Older Americans Act: home maintenance, modification, and repair. (12/01/2013)
173-3-06.4 Older Americans Act: homemaker. (12/01/2013 to 06/30/2020)
NEW 173-3-06.4 Older Americans Act: homemaker. (7/01/2020)
173-3-06.5 Older Americans Act: personal care. (01/01/2014 to 06/30/2020)
NEW 173-3-06.5 Older Americans Act: personal care. (07/01/2020)
173-3-06.6 Older Americans Act: transportation. (03/01/2019)
173-3-07 Older Americans Act: consumer contributions. (06/01/2018 to 06/30/2020)
NEW 173-3-07 Older Americans Act: consumer contributions. (07/01/2020)
173-3-09 Older Americans Act: administrative hearings for adversely-affected providers. (08/01/2016)

Chapter 173-4: Older Americans Act Nutrition Program

Chapter 173-4 of the Administrative Code
Older Americans Act Nutrition Program

173-4-01 Older Americans Act nutrition program: introduction and definitions. (09/01/2016)
173-4-02 Older Americans Act nutrition program: meals eligible for payment. (09/01/2016)
173-4-03 Older Americans Act nutrition program: consumer enrollment. (09/01/2016)
173-4-04 Older Americans Act nutrition program: procuring for person direction. (09/01/2016)
173-4-05 Older Americans Act nutrition program: nutrition projects. (09/01/2016)
173-4-05.1 Older Americans Act nutrition program: congregate dining projects. (09/01/2016)
173-4-05.2 Older Americans Act nutrition program: home-delivered meals projects. (08/24/2017)
173-4-05.3 Older Americans Act nutrition program: congregate dining projects based in restaurants or grocery stores. (09/01/2016)
173-4-06 Older Americans Act nutrition program: diet orders. (03/01/2017)
173-4-07 Older Americans Act nutrition program: nutrition counseling. (09/01/2016)
173-4-08 Older Americans Act nutrition program: nutrition education. (09/01/2016)
173-4-09 Older Americans Act nutrition program: nutrition health screening. (09/01/2016)
173-4-10 Older Americans Act nutrition program: grocery shopping assistance. (09/01/2016)
173-4-11 Older Americans Act nutrition program: grocery ordering and delivery. (09/01/2016)

Chapter 173-6: Golden Buckeye Program

Chapter 173-6 of the Administrative Code
Golden Buckeye Program

173-6-01 Golden buckeye program: introduction and definitions. (01/01/2017)
173-6-02 Golden buckeye program: eligibility requirements for persons. (01/01/2017)
173-6-03 Golden buckeye program: enrollment process for persons sixty years of age or older. (01/01/2017)
173-6-04 Golden buckeye program: enrollment process for persons eighteen to fifty-nine years of age. (01/01/2017)
173-6-05 Golden buckeye program: business participation agreements. (01/01/2017)
173-6-06 Golden buckeye program: electronic business directory. (01/01/2017)
173-6-07 Golden buckeye program: cardholder records. (01/01/2017)
173-6-08 Golden buckeye program: ODA's administrator. (01/01/2017)

Chapter 173-9: Background Checks for Paid Direct-Care Positions

Chapter 173-9 of the Administrative Code
Background Checks for Paid Direct-Care Positions

173-9-01 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: introduction and definitions. (08/01/2017)
173-9-02 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: applicability. (08/012017)
173-9-03 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: reviewing databases (except for the self-employed). (03/01/2019)
173-9-03.1 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: reviewing databases (for the self-employed). (03/01/2019)
173-9-04 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: when to check criminal records, inform applicants, charge fees, and use forms (except for the self-employed). (08/01/2017)
173-9-04.1 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: when to check criminal records, pay fees, and use forms (for the self-employed). (08/01/2017)
173-9-05 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: conditional hiring. (08/01/2017)
173-9-06 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: disqualifying offenses. (08/01/2017)
173-9-07 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: hiring an applicant, or retaining an employee, who has a disqualifying offense on criminal record. (08/01/2017)
173-9-07.1 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: certifying or entering into a provider agreement with a self-employed provider who has a disqualifying offense on his or her criminal record. (08/01/2017)
173-9-08 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: records: confidentiality and retention. (08/01/2017)
173-9-09 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: immunity from negligent hiring, certification, or provider agreements. (08/01/2017)
173-9-10 Background checks for paid direct-care positions: consequences for failure to comply with this chapter. (05/01/2019)

Chapter 173-11: Senior Facilities Program

Chapter 173-11 of the Administrative Code
Senior Facilities Program

173-11-03 Senior facilities program: application process. (05/01/2019)

Chapter 173-13: Confidential Personal Information

Chapter 173-13 of the Administrative Code
Confidential Personal Information

173-13-01 Introduction and definitions. (06/01/2015)
173-13-02 Procedures for accessing confidential personal information. (06/01/2015)
173-13-03 Valid reasons for accessing confidential personal information. (06/01/2015)
173-13-04 Confidentiality statutes and rules. (01/01/2017)
173-13-05 Restricting and logging access to confidential personal information in computerized personal information systems. (06/01/2015)

Chapter 173-14: Ombudsman

Chapter 173-14 of the Administrative Code
Ombudsman

173-14-01 Definitions.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-02 Types of representatives.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-03 Duties of the representatives of the office.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-04 Hours of professional development required for representatives of the office; certification.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-05 The administration of ombudsman professional development.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-06 Professional development deadlines.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-07 Professional development curricula.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-08 Content of orientation; approval of orientation sites.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-09 Observation of survey or inspection.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-10 Content and administration of examinations.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-11 Registration of representatives.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-12 Separation of representatives from the office.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-13 Continuing education requirements, approval of clock hours, certifying fulfillment.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-14 Staffing requirements, staff qualifications and background checks.
Effective: April 1, 2018

173-14-15 Conflicts of interest.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-16 Complaint-handling protocol.
Effective: November 22, 2019

173-14-17 Referral of complaints to the state long-term care ombudsman.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-18 Referrals of complaints to other agencies.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-19 Case records and reporting of core services.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-20 System advocacy.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-21 Designated long-term care ombudsman regions.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-22 Initial designation of regional long-term care ombudsman programs: standards.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-23 Initial designation of regional long-term care ombudsman programs: process.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-24 Development of ombudsman plans by all programs.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-25 Program review for continued designation.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-26 Changes in a regional program's designation status; notice rights; and hearing requirements.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-27 Decertification of a representative or removal of a candidate for certification.
Effective: May 1, 2018

173-14-28 Bed fee collection guidelines.
Effective: August 1, 2017

173-14-29 Response to allegations about ombudsman performance.
Effective: May 1, 2018

Chapter 173-38: Assisted Living Program (Medicaid-Funded Component)

Chapter 173-38 of the Administrative Code
Assisted Living Program (Medicaid-Funded Component)

173-38-01 Assisted living program (Medicaid-funded component): introduction and definitions. (11/01/2018)
173-38-02 Assisted living program (Medicaid-funded component): eligibility requirements for individuals. (11/01/2018)
173-38-03 Assisted living program (Medicaid-funded component): enrollment and reassessment of individuals. (11/01/2018)
173-38-04 Assisted living program (Medicaid-funded component): provider certification. (04/01/2018)
173-38-05 Assisted living program (Medicaid-funded component): covered services. (04/01/2018)

(See also rule 173-39-02.16 of the Administrative Code for the assisted living service.)
(See also rule 173-39-02.17 of the Administrative Code for community transition.)
(See also Chapter 3701-16 of the Administrative Code for RCF licensure rules.)

Chapter 173-39: ODA Provider Certification

Chapter 173-39 of the Administrative Code
ODA Provider Certification

173-39-01 ODA provider certification: introduction and definitions. (07/01/2019)
173-39-02 ODA provider certification: requirements for providers to become, and to remain, certified. (7/01/2019)
173-39-02.1 ODA provider certification: adult day service. (03/01/2017)
173-39-02.2 ODA provider certification: alternative meals. (05/01/2019)
173-39-02.4 ODA provider certification: choices home care attendant service (CHCAS). (11/01/2015)
173-39-02.5 ODA provider certification: home maintenance and chores. (07/01/2019)
173-39-02.6 ODA provider certification: personal emergency response systems. (01/01/2019)
173-39-02.7 ODA provider certification: home medical equipment and supplies. (05/01/2019)
173-39-02.8 ODA provider certification: homemaker. (10/01/2017)
173-39-02.9 ODA provider certification: home modification. (07/01/2019)
173-39-02.10 ODA provider certification: nutritional consultations. (09/01/2016)
173-39-02.11 ODA provider certification: personal care. (05/01/2018)
173-39-02.12 ODA provider certification: social work counseling. (12/01/2015)
173-39-02.13 ODA provider certification: non-emergency medical transportation. (03/01/2019)
173-39-02.14 ODA provider certification: home-delivered meals. (01/01/2019)
173-39-02.15 ODA provider certification: community integration. (07/01/2019)
173-39-02.16 ODA provider certification: assisted living service. (06/10/2013)
173-39-02.17 ODA provider certification: community transition. (07/01/2019)
173-39-02.18 ODA provider certification: non-medical transportation. (03/01/2019)
173-39-02.19 ODA provider certification: kosher option. (05/01/2019)
173-39-02.20 ODA provider certification: enhanced community living. (11/01/2017)
173-39-02.21 ODA provider certification: scheduling personal care aides and participant-directed providers. (05/01/2019)
173-39-02.22 ODA provider certification: waiver nursing service. (01/01/2019)
173-39-02.23 ODA provider certification: out-of-home respite. (01/01/2019)
173-39-02.24 ODA provider certification: home care attendant service. (01/01/2019)
173-39-03 ODA provider certification: applying for certification. (10/10/2019)
173-39-03.1 ODA provider certification: federal heightened scrutiny of provider settings with institutional characteristics. (07/01/2019)
173-39-03.2 ODA provider certification: changes of ownership interest or organizational structure. (09/16/2019)
173-39-03.3 ODA provider certification: applying to be certified to provide additional services. (07/01/2019)
173-39-03.4 ODA provider certification: applying to be certified in additional regions or to certify additional business sites. (07/01/2019)
173-39-03.5 ODA provider certification: military provisions. (07/01/2019)
NEW 173-39-04 ODA provider certification: structural compliance reviews. (01/01/2020)
NEW 173-39-05 ODA provider certification: disciplinary actions. (01/01/2020)

Chapter 173-40: PASSPORT Program (State-Funded Component)

Chapter 173-40 of the Administrative Code
PASSPORT Program (State-Funded Component)

173-40-01 PASSPORT program (state-funded component): introduction and definitions. (11/01/2018)
173-40-02 PASSPORT program (state-funded component): individual eligibility requirements. (11/01/2018)
173-40-03 PASSPORT program (state-funded component): individual disenrollment, and other actions. (11/01/2018)
173-40-04 PASSPORT program (state-funded component): provider certification. (03/01/2017)
173-40-05 PASSPORT program (state-funded component): covered services. (03/01/2017)
NEW 173-40-06 PASSPORT program (state-funded component): individuals' choices and responsibilities. (01/01/2020)

Chapter 173-42: PASSPORT Program (Medicaid-Funded Component)

Chapter 173-42 of the Administrative Code
PASSPORT Program (Medicaid-Funded Component)

173-42-01 PASSPORT program (Medicaid-funded component): introduction and definitions. (11/01/2018)
173-42-02 PASSPORT program (Medicaid-funded component): eligibility requirements for individuals. (11/01/2018)
173-42-03 PASSPORT program (medicaid-funded component): enrollment process for individuals. (11/01/2018)
NEW 173-42-06 PASSPORT program (medicaid-funded component): individuals' choices and responsibilities. (01/01/2020)

Chapter 173-43: Long-Term Care Consultations

Chapter 173-43 of the Administrative Code
Long-Term Care Consultation Program

173-43-01 Long-term care consultation program: introduction and definitions. (08/01/2018)
173-43-02 Long-term care consultation program: process and general standards for providing consultations. (08/01/2018)
173-43-03 Long-term care consultation program: required consultations and exemptions. (08/01/2018)
173-43-04 Long-term care consultation program: time frames. (08/01/2018)
173-43-05 Long-term care consultation program: staff certification. (08/01/2018)

Chapter 173-44: Unified Waiting List

Chapter 173-44 of the Administrative Code
Unified Waiting List

173-44-04 Unified waiting list. (11/01/2018)

Chapter 173-45: Long-Term Care Consumer Guide

Chapter 173-45 of the Administrative Code
Long-Term Care Consumer Guide

173-45-01 Introduction and definitions. (12/01/2015)
173-45-03 Consumer guide content. (12/01/2015)
173-45-04 Search queries. (12/01/2015)
173-45-05 Display of comparative information following execution of search query. (12/01/2015)
173-45-06 Facility page. (12/01/2015)
173-45-06.1 Information on services provided by facilities. (12/01/2015)
173-45-06.2 Facility staffing information. (12/01/2015)
173-45-07 Quality measures for nursing facilities. (12/01/2015)
173-45-08 Regulatory survey data. (12/01/2015)
173-45-09 Long-term care consumer guides: fees, invoices and penalties. (06/01/2018)
173-45-10 Consumer satisfaction surveys. (12/01/2015)

Chapter 173-50: PACE

Chapter 173-50 of the Administrative Code
PACE

173-50-01 Introduction and definitions. (08/01/2016)
173-50-02 PACE: eligibility requirements. (11/01/2018)
173-50-03 PACE: enrollment process. (11/01/2018)
173-50-04 Voluntary disenrollment. (08/01/2016)
173-50-05 Involuntary disenrollment. (08/01/2016)

Chapter 173-51: Assisted Living Program (State-Funded Component)

Chapter 173-51 of the Administrative Code
Assisted Living Program (State-Funded Component)

173-51-01 Assisted living program (state-funded component): introduction and definitions. (11/01/2018)
173-51-02 Assisted living program (state-funded component): eligibility requirements. (11/01/2018)
173-51-03 Assisted living program (state-funded component): disenrollment and other adverse actions. (11/01/2018)
173-51-04 Assisted living program (state-funded): provider certification. (04/01/2018)
173-51-05 Assisted living program (state-funded): covered services. (04/01/2018)

(See also rule 173-39-02.16 of the Administrative Code for the assisted living service.)
(See also rule 173-39-02.17 of the Administrative Code for community transition.)

Chapter 173-60: Nursing Home Quality Initiative

Chapter 173-60 of the Administrative Code
Nursing Home Quality Initiative

173-60-01 Nursing home quality initiative: introduction and definitions. (01/09/2020)
173-60-02 Nursing home quality initiative: requirements for approval. (01/09/2020)
173-60-03 Nursing home quality initiative: approval and rescission processes for quality improvement projects. (01/09/2020)
173-60-04 Nursing home quality initiative: online publication of approved quality improvement projects. (01/09/2020)

Forms

Certain ODA rules require using one or more of the forms below. 

Transportation Services:

  • Form ODA0004 (Rev. 12/15/2010) Annual Vehicle Inspection
  • Form ODA0008 (Rev. 02/01/2019) Daily Vehicle Inspection
  • Form ODA0011 (Rev. 02/01/2019) Daily Vehicle Inspection (Big Print Version)

Nutrition Health Screening: Form ODA0010 (Rev. 05/28/2009) Determine Your Own Nutritional Health


Enrollment:

  • Form ODA1042 (03/2014) Employee Core Competencies Verification
  • Form ODA1043 (03/2014) Employee Continuing Education Verification
  • Form ODA1044 (03/2014) Annual Enrollment Agreement
  • Form ODA1115 (Rev. 11/01/2018) Financial Assessment Worksheet
  • Form ODA1116 (09/2011) Enrollment Agreement
  • Form ODA1117 (Rev. 04/2002) Notice of Proposed Action and Opportunity for Hearing

Base Inventory

R.C. §121.95 requires state agencies to make an inventory of its regulatory restrictions no later than December 31, 2019. The statute refers to these inventories as each state agency's base inventory. The statute also requires state agencies to publish their base inventories on their websites. You may find ODA's inventory by following the link below.

Base Inventory (November 14, 2019)

 


Participate in Our Rule Development

Ohio State HouseAnyone may participate in the Ohio Department of Aging's rule-development process. For more information, please see Participating in ODA's Rule Development and An Overview of Administrative Rulemaking.

Please contact ODA's policy development manager to give input on improving ODA's rules. You may also contact the Common-Sense Initiative (CSI) office to give input on improving ODA's rules. CSI's mission is to generate a more jobs-friendly regulatory climate in Ohio. CSI highlighted ODA's achievements in improving Ohio's regulatory climate in its 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018 annual reports.

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Before ODA files a rule proposal with the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) to begin the legislature's rule-review process, ODA generally publishes the proposal on this web page in search of comments. Your participation in this stage of the rule-development process is very important. ODA may revise a rule or its business-impact analysis according to your comments.


Current Public-Comment Periods

Comment Period: None at this time.


Recently-Completed Comment Periods

The following comment periods have ended and the rules are awaiting recommendation from the Common Sense Initiative Office to file with the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) to begin the legislature's portion of the rule-review process.

Comment Period: ODA provider certification: assisted living service. (The comment period ended on September 18, 2019.)

Comment Period: PACE. (The comment period ended on December 19, 2019.)

ODA files a rule proposal with the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) to begin the legislature's rule-review process. The process requires ODA to conduct a public hearing 31 to 40 days after the original file date. Generally, 41-65 days after the original file date, JCARR schedules ODA to appear before a meeting concerning the rule proposal.

Currently Under JCARR's Review

 

Older Americans Act Program: Home Maintenance and Chores and Home Modification

173-3-04 Older Americans Act: general requirements for AAA-provider agreements.

173-3-06.2 Older Americans Act: home maintenance and chores.

173-3-06.3 Older Americans Act: home modification.

 

Recently-Completed JCARR's Review, But Effective Date Not Yet Established

None at this time.

 

The legislature's formal rule-review process requires the department to conduct a public hearing on each rule proposal 31 to 40 days after we first file the rule proposal with the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review.

 

No public hearings are scheduled at this time.

 

45 CFR 1321.7 says, "The Older Americans Act intends that the State agency on aging shall be the leader relative to all aging issues on behalf of all older persons in the State. This means that the State agency shall proactively carry out a wide range of functions related to advocacy, planning, coordination, interagency linkages, information sharing, brokering, monitoring and evaluation, designed to lead to the development or enhancement of comprehensive and coordinated community based systems in, or serving, communities throughout the State. These systems shall be designed to assist older persons in leading independent, meaningful and dignified lives in their own homes and communities as long as possible."

R.C. §173.01  requires any state agency filing a rule proposal with the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) to notify ODA of the proposal if it would primarily affect older Ohioans. The section also establishes a process for ODA to suggest ways to improve such a rule proposal. (Cf., 45 CFR 1321.13)

R.C. §3923.50 requires the Ohio Department of Insurance to consult with ODA on rule proposals that it files with JCARR regarding the Ohio Long-Term Care Insurance Program.

Additionally, R.C. §5162.66 requires the Ohio Department of Medicaid to consult with ODA on rule proposals that it files with JCARR regarding the Resident Protection Fund.

ODA intends to feature certain state and federal rules of interest below, as well as executive orders. ODA does not intend to feature every rule or executive order of interest below.

Featured Proposals:

Administration for Community Living (ACL) [federal]

Advisory Council to Support Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: ACL will accept comments the development of the initial report until February 9, 2020 (revised deadline).

State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) Data Performance Reports and Information Collection Tools: ACL will accept comments on the proposed collection of information until February 28, 2020.

SHIP-SMP Survey of Group Outreach and Education Events: ACL will accept comments on the proposed collection and revision of information until February 28, 2020.

SHIP-SMP Survey of One-on-One Assistance: ACL will accept comments on the proposed collection of information until February 28, 2020.

 

Board of Executives of Long-Term Services and Supports (BELTSS)

4751-1-03 Board officers, board secretary, and board members.

4751-1-05 Pre-examination requirements; conditions precedent to application for admission to examination.

4751-1-10 Licenses and registrations.

4751-1-10.1 Timely renewal of certificate of registration.

4751-1-10.2 Health services executive license.

4751-1-10.3 Licensing service members, veterans, or spouses of service members or veterans.

4751-1-11 Temporary license.

4751-1-12 Suspension, revocation, and disciplinary action.

4751-1-13 Continuing education.

4751-1-15 Relicensure.

4751-1-16 Fees.

4751-1-17 Personal information systems.

Ohio Civil Rights Commission: Housing Accommodations for Older Persons

4112-6-03 Housing accommodations for older persons.

Ohio Dept. of Health: Hospice

3701-19-01 Definitions.

3701-19-02 Applicability of licensure requirements.

3701-19-03 Initial license application process.

3701-19-04 Issuance and revocation of licenses.

3701-19-05 Inspections.

3701-19-06 Governing body; quality assessment and performance improvement.

3701-19-07 General requirements for hospice care programs after licensure.

3701-19-08 Standards for inpatient hospice facilities.

3701-19-09 General requirements for hospice care program personnel.

3701-19-10 Medical director.

3701-19-11 Interdisciplinary team and interdisciplinary plan of care.

3701-19-13 Volunteer services.

3701-19-15 Medical social services.

3701-19-16 Home care services.

3701-19-17 Medical services.

3701-19-18 Counseling and bereavement services.

3701-19-19 Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy services.

3701-19-20 Admission of patients to the hospice care program.

3701-19-22 Short-term inpatient care; standards and services.

3701-19-22.1 Admission of non-hospice palliative care patients to hospice inpatient facilities.

3701-19-23 Central clinical record.

Ohio Dept. of Medicaid

5160-1-17.8 Provider screening and application fee.

5160-44-26 Nursing facility-based level of care home and community-based services programs: community transition services.

5160-44-27 Nursing facility-based level of care home and community-based services programs: home care attendant services.

5160-44-31 Nursing facility-based level of care home and community-based services programs: provider conditions of participation.

 

 

State Board of Emergency Medical, Fire, and Transportation Services

4766-3-13 Driver training and qualifications.

U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services