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Title 42Chapter IVSubchapter GPart 483


TITLE 42—Public Health

CHAPTER IV—CENTERS FOR MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER G—STANDARDS AND CERTIFICATION

PART 483—REQUIREMENTS FOR STATES AND LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES

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Subpart A—[RESERVED]

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Subpart B—REQUIREMENTS FOR LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES

§483.1
Basis and scope.
§483.5
Definitions.
§483.10
Resident rights.
§483.12
Admission, transfer and discharge rights.
§483.13
Resident behavior and facility practices.
§483.15
Quality of life.
§483.20
Resident assessment.
§483.25
Quality of care.
§483.30
Nursing services.
§483.35
Dietary services.
§483.40
Physician services.
§483.45
Specialized rehabilitative services.
§483.55
Dental services.
§483.60
Pharmacy services.
§483.65
Infection control.
§483.70
Physical environment.
§483.75
Administration.
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Subpart C—PREADMISSION SCREENING AND ANNUAL REVIEW OF MENTALLY ILL AND MENTALLY RETARDED INDIVIDUALS

§483.100
Basis.
§483.102
Applicability and definitions.
§483.104
State plan requirement.
§483.106
Basic rule.
§483.108
Relationship of PASARR to other Medicaid processes.
§483.110
Out-of-State arrangements.
§483.112
Preadmission screening of applicants for admission to NFs.
§483.114
Annual review of NF residents.
§483.116
Residents and applicants determined to require NF level of services.
§483.118
Residents and applicants determined not to require NF level of services.
§483.120
Specialized services.
§483.122
FFP for NF services.
§483.124
FFP for specialized services.
§483.126
Appropriate placement.
§483.128
PASARR evaluation criteria.
§483.130
PASARR determination criteria.
§483.132
Evaluating the need for NF services and NF level of care (PASARR/NF).
§483.134
Evaluating whether an individual with mental illness requires specialized services (PASARR/MI).
§483.136
Evaluating whether an individual with intellectual disability requires specialized services (PASARR/IID).
§483.138
Maintenance of services and availability of FFP.
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Subpart D—REQUIREMENTS THAT MUST BE MET BY STATES AND STATE AGENCIES: NURSE AIDE TRAINING AND COMPETENCY EVALUATION, AND PAID FEEDING ASSISTANTS

§483.150
Statutory basis; Deemed meeting or waiver of requirements.
§483.151
State review and approval of nurse aide training and competency evaluation programs.
§483.152
Requirements for approval of a nurse aide training and competency evaluation program.
§483.154
Nurse aide competency evaluation.
§483.156
Registry of nurse aides.
§483.158
FFP for nurse aide training and competency evaluation.
§483.160
Requirements for training of paid feeding assistants.
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Subpart E—APPEALS OF DISCHARGES, TRANSFERS, AND PREADMISSION SCREENING AND ANNUAL RESIDENT REVIEW (PASARR) DETERMINATIONS

§483.200
Statutory basis.
§483.202
Definitions.
§483.204
Provision of a hearing and appeal system.
§483.206
Transfers, discharges and relocations subject to appeal.
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Subpart F—REQUIREMENTS THAT MUST BE MET BY STATES AND STATE AGENCIES, RESIDENT ASSESSMENT

§483.315
Specification of resident assessment instrument.
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Subpart G—CONDITION OF PARTICIPATION FOR THE USE OF RESTRAINT OR SECLUSION IN PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITIES PROVIDING INPATIENT PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS UNDER AGE 21

§483.350
Basis and scope.
§483.352
Definitions.
§483.354
General requirements for psychiatric residential treatment facilities.
§483.356
Protection of residents.
§483.358
Orders for the use of restraint or seclusion.
§483.360
Consultation with treatment team physician.
§483.362
Monitoring of the resident in and immediately after restraint.
§483.364
Monitoring of the resident in and immediately after seclusion.
§483.366
Notification of parent(s) or legal guardian(s).
§483.368
Application of time out.
§483.370
Postintervention debriefings.
§483.372
Medical treatment for injuries resulting from an emergency safety intervention.
§483.374
Facility reporting.
§483.376
Education and training.
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Subpart H—[RESERVED]

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Subpart I—CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION FOR INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES

§483.400
Basis and purpose.
§483.405
Relationship to other HHS regulations.
§483.410
Condition of participation: Governing body and management.
§483.420
Condition of participation: Client protections.
§483.430
Condition of participation: Facility staffing.
§483.440
Condition of participation: Active treatment services.
§483.450
Condition of participation: Client behavior and facility practices.
§483.460
Condition of participation: Health care services.
§483.470
Condition of participation: Physical environment.
§483.480
Condition of participation: Dietetic services.


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