(a) An entity is qualified to receive a license as a home medical equipment and services
provider if the entity meets each of the following requirements:
(1) complies with all applicable federal and State licensure and regulatory requirements;
(2) maintains a physical facility and medical equipment inventory. There shall only be one license permitted at each address;
(3) establishes proof of commercial general liability insurance, including but not
limited to coverage for products liability and professional liability;
(4) establishes and provides records of annual continuing education for personnel
engaged in the delivery, maintenance, repair, cleaning, inventory control, and financial
management of home medical equipment and services;
(5) maintains records on all patients to whom it provides home medical equipment and
(6) establishes equipment management and personnel policies;
(7) makes life-sustaining home medical equipment and services available 24 hours per
day and 7 days per week;
(8) complies with any additional qualifications for licensure as determined by rule
of the Department.
(b) The Department may request a personal interview of an applicant before the Board
to further evaluate the entity's qualifications for licensure.
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