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(1)?After the ombudsman receives a notice described in Subsection 26-21-305(1)(a), the ombudsman shall:
(a)?review the notice; ?and
(b)?contact the resident or the resident's responsible person to conduct a voluntary interview.
(2)?The voluntary interview described in Subsection (1)(b) shall:
(a)?provide the resident with information about the services available through the ombudsman;
(b)?confirm the details in the notice described in Subsection 26-21-305(1)(a), including:
(i)?the name of the resident;
(ii)?the reason for the transfer or discharge;
(iii)?the date of the transfer or discharge; ?and
(iv)?a description of the resident's next living arrangement; ?and
(c)?provide the resident an opportunity to discuss any concerns or complaints the resident may have regarding:
(i)?the resident's treatment at the assisted living facility; ?and
(ii)?whether the assisted living facility treated the resident fairly when the assisted living facility transferred or discharged the resident.
(3)?On or before November 1 of each year, the ombudsman shall provide a report to the Health and Human Services Interim Committee regarding:
(a)?the reasons why assisted living facilities are transferring residents;
(b)?where residents are going upon transfer or discharge; ?and
(c)?the type and prevalence of complaints that the ombudsman receives regarding assisted living facilities, including complaints about the process or reasons for a transfer or discharge.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 62A. Utah Human Services Code § 62A-3-209. Assisted living facility transfers - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-62a-utah-human-services-code/ut-code-sect-62a-3-209/
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