§ 5C-1. Definitions. As used in this Article, unless the context requires otherwise:
“Fund” means the Care Provider Fund for Persons with a Developmental Disability.
“Care facility for persons with a developmental disability” means an intermediate care facility for the intellectually disabled within the meaning
of Title XIX of the Social Security Act, 1 whether public or private and whether organized for profit or not-for-profit, but
shall not include any facility operated by the State.
“Care provider for persons with a developmental disability” means a person conducting, operating, or maintaining a facility for persons with
a developmental disability. For this purpose, “person” means any political subdivision of the State, municipal corporation, individual,
firm, partnership, corporation, company, limited liability company, association, joint
stock association, or trust, or a receiver, executor, trustee, guardian or other representative
appointed by order of any court.
“Adjusted gross developmentally disabled care revenue” shall be computed separately for each facility for persons with a developmental
disability conducted, operated, or maintained by a care provider for persons with
a developmental disability, and means the total revenue of the care provider for persons
with a developmental disability for inpatient residential services less contractual
allowances and discounts on patients' accounts, but does not include non-patient revenue
from sources such as contributions, donations or bequests, investments, day training
services, television and telephone service, and rental of facility space.
“Long-term care facility for persons under 22 years of age serving clinically complex
residents” means a facility licensed by the Department of Public Health as a long-term care
facility for persons under 22 meeting the qualifications of Section 5-5.4h of this
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