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Illinois Statutes Chapter 210. Health Facilities and Regulation § 49/4-104. Provisional licensure requirements

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§ 4-104. Provisional licensure requirements. Rules governing the provisional license and licensing process shall address, at a minimum, the following provisions:

(1) mandatory community agency linkage;

(2) discharge and transition planning;

(3) non-residential triage centers and stabilization center requirements;

(4) crisis stabilization;

(5) transitional living units;

(6) recovery and rehabilitation supports;

(7) therapeutic activity and leisure training program;

(8) admission policies;

(9) consumer admission and assessment requirements;

(10) screening and consumer background checks,consistent with Section 1-114.01, subsections (b) and (c)of Section 2-201.5, and Section 2-201.6 of the Nursing Home Care Act;

(11) consumer records;

(12) informed consent;

(13) individualized treatment plan;

(14) consumer rights and confidentiality;

(15) safeguard of consumer funds;

(16) restraints and therapeutic separation;

(17) employee personnel policies and records;

(18) employee health evaluation;

(19) health care worker background check, consistent with the Health Care Worker Background Check Act;

(20) required professional job positions;

(21) consultation and training;

(22) quality assessment and performance improvement;

(23) consumer information;

(24) reporting of unusual occurrences;

(25) abuse and reporting to local law enforcement;

(26) fire safety and disaster preparedness;

(27) required support services, including, but not limited to, physician, health, pharmaceutical, infection control, dietetic, dental, and environmental;

(28) enhanced services requests and program flexibility requests;

(29) participation in a managed care entity, a coordinated care entity, or an accountable care entity; and

(30) appropriate fines and sanctions associated with violations of laws, rules, or regulations.

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