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Ohio Department of Aging Legislative Review

RULE PROPOSALS currently under the review of the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review

ODA files a rule proposal with the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) to begin the legislature's rule-review process. The process requires ODA to conduct a public hearing 31 to 40 days after the original file date. Generally, 41-65 days after the original file date, JCARR schedules ODA to appear before a meeting concerning the rule proposal.

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Rule Number & Title

State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program (no-change filing)

173-1-02 Public hearing notices for rule proposals.

173-14-01 Definitions.

173-14-02 Types of representatives.

173-14-03 Duties of the representatives of the office.

173-14-04 Hours of professional development required for representatives of the office, certification.

173-14-05 The administration of ombudsman professional development.

173-14-06 Professional development deadlines.

173-14-07 Professional development curricula.

173-14-08 Content of orientation; approval of orientation sites.

173-14-09 Observation of survey or inspection.

173-14-10 Content and administration of the certification examinations.

173-14-11 Registration of representatives.

173-14-12 Separation of representatives from the office.

173-14-13 Continuing education requirements, approval of clock hours, certifying fulfillment.

173-14-14 Staffing requirements and staff qualifications.

173-14-15 Conflicts of interest.

173-14-16 Complaint-handling protocol.

173-14-17 Referral of complaints to the state long-term care ombudsman.

173-14-18 Referrals of complaints to other agencies.

173-14-19 Case records and reporting of complaint-handling activities.

173-14-20 Designated long-term care ombudsman regions.

173-14-21 Initial designation of regional long-term care ombudsman programs: standards.

173-14-22 Initial designation of regional long-term care ombudsman programs: process.

173-14-23 Development of ombudsman plans by all programs.

173-14-25 Changes in a regional program's designation status; notice rights; and hearing requirements.

173-14-26 Decertification of a representative of the office.

173-14-27 Bed fee collection guidelines.

 

State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program (proposed amendment)

Confidential Personal Information

Public Hearing Notices