§ 5G-20. Reporting; penalty; maintenance of records.
(a) Every supportive living facility subject to assessment under this Article shall
report the number care days of the supportive living facility for the reporting period
on or before the last business day of the month following the reporting period. Each supportive living facility shall ensure that an accurate e-mail address is
on file with the Department in order for the Department to prepare and send an electronic
bill to the supportive living facility.
(b) If a supportive living facility fails to file its monthly report with the Department
when due, there shall, unless waived by the Illinois Department for reasonable cause,
be added to the assessment due a penalty assessment equal to 25% of the assessment
(c) Every supportive living facility subject to assessment under this Article shall
keep records and books that will permit the determination of care days on a calendar
year basis. All such books and records shall be kept in the English language and shall, at all
times during business hours of the day, be subject to inspection by the Department
or its duly authorized agents and employees.
(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article, a facility that commences
operating or maintaining a supportive living facility that was under a prior ownership
and remained enrolled as a Medicaid facility by the Department shall notify the Department
of the change in ownership and shall be responsible to immediately pay any prior amounts
owed by the facility.
(e) The Department shall develop a procedure for sharing with a potential buyer of
a facility information regarding outstanding assessments and penalties owed by that
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