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(a) The individual health care plan shall include, at a minimum, all of the following:
(1) An evaluation of the consumer's current health.
(2) A description of the consumer's ability to perform the activities of daily living.
(3) A list of all current prescription and nonprescription medications the consumer is using.
(4) A list of all health care and intensive support services the consumer is currently receiving or may need upon placement in the ARFPSHN or the GHCSHN.
(5) A written statement from the consumer's primary care physician familiar with the health care needs of the consumer, or other physician as designated by the regional center, that the consumer's medical condition is predictable and stable, and that the consumer's level of care is appropriate for the ARFPSHN or the GHCSHN.
(6) Provision for the consumer to be examined by the consumer's primary care physician at least once every 60 days, or more frequently if indicated.
(7) A list of the appropriate professionals assigned to provide the health care as described in the plan.
(8) A description of, and plan for providing, any training required for all direct care personnel to meet individuals' needs.
(9) The name of the individual health care plan team member, and an alternate designee, who is responsible for day-to-day monitoring of the consumer's health care plan and ensuring its implementation as written.
(10) Identification of the legally authorized representative to make health care decisions on the consumer's behalf, if the consumer lacks the capacity to give informed consent.
(11) The name and telephone number of the person or persons to notify in case of an emergency.
(12) The next meeting date of the individual health care plan team, that shall be at least every six months, to evaluate and update the individual health care plan.
(b) In addition to Section 80075 of Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations, and if applicable for a GHCSHN, Sections 84075 and 84275 of Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations, the ARFPSHN and the GHCSHN shall comply with all of the following requirements:
(1) Medications shall be given only on the order of a person lawfully authorized to prescribe.
(2) Medications shall be administered as prescribed and shall be recorded in the consumer record. The name and title of the person administering the medication or treatment, and the date, time, and dosage of the medication administered shall be recorded. Initials may be used provided the signature of the person administering the medication or treatment is recorded on the medication or treatment record.
(3) Preparation of dosages for more than one scheduled administration time shall not be permitted.
(4) Persons administering medications shall confirm each consumer's identity prior to the administration.
(5) Medications shall be administered within two hours after dosages are prepared and shall be administered by the same person who prepared the dosages. Dosages shall be administered within one hour of the prescribed time unless otherwise indicated by the prescriber.
(6) All medications shall be administered only by those persons specifically authorized to do so by their respective scope of practice, with the exception of emergency medical assistance and injections for severe diabetic hypoglycemia and anaphylactic shock as described in subdivision (a) of Section 1507.25 of the Health and Safety Code.
(7) No medication shall be administered to or used by any consumer other than the consumer for whom the medication was prescribed.
(8) Medication errors and adverse drug reactions shall be recorded and reported immediately to the practitioner who ordered the drug or another practitioner responsible for the medical care of the consumer. Minor adverse reactions that are identified in the literature accompanying the product as a usual or common side effect, need not be reported to the practitioner immediately, but in all cases shall be recorded in the consumer's record. Medication errors include, but are not limited to, the failure to administer a drug ordered by a prescriber within one hour of the time prescribed, administration of any drugs other than prescribed or the administration of a dose not prescribed.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - California Code, Welfare and Institutions Code - WIC § 4684.68 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ca/welfare-and-institutions-code/wic-sect-4684-68/
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