Arizona Assisted Living Homes respond in disbelief and anger with Arizona’s SB1293 preposing even more Inspections
Were in a state of Repair, Rebuilding, and Healing, we need support and respect from our local government organizations like Arizona Department oh Health Services. Stop shutting us down for uneccesary enforcements and work together to better the lives of our local vulnerable population -says a local ALH Operator
Arizona has already lost 200+ Assisted Living Homes mostly due to Covid-19, Fear of AZDHS Surveyors, and we what believe Harsh and Unnecessary Enforcements and Revocations by AZDHS. The Arizona Department of Health Services should be working with our Industry to protect and serve our Aging Population not displace them.
• Requires the contracted third-party entity to inspect each long-term care facility at least twice annually, in addition to any inspection that is necessary in response to a complaint investigation.
• Requires each long-term care facility to display a sign in each patient’s or resident’s room that provides information about how to make a complaint regarding abuse or neglect to Adult Protective Services, the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, DHS and the third-party entity responsible for complaint investigations and inspections
• Prohibits the third-party entity from accepting proof of accreditation or an accreditation report in lieu of a compliance inspection.
Currently against bill
Arizona Assisted Living Federation of AmericaLeadingAge Arizona, AZ Public Health Institution, INtouch Senior Services, Arizona Health Care Association, Alzheimer’s Assn Desert Southwest Chapter, Romanian American Chamber of Commerce Arizona Chapter
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