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Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) Laws & Regulations

Health & Human Services (HHS) and Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)
Rural Health Clinics (RHCs)
Guidance for Laws and Regulations
"The CMS Regional Office (RO) uses the Social Security Act, Federally Qualified Health Center regulations (see certification and compliance for FQHCs below), and the appropriate sections of the Interpretive Guidelines for RHCs (Appendix G below) in making determinations whether Medicare requirements are met.
When the RO refers a complaint to another agency, Indian Health Service (IHS) or Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), for investigation action, the RO must request a written report on the results of the investigation. Regardless of who conducts the investigation, the RO has the responsibility to assess compliance with Federal conditions or requirements. The time frames for investigations are not altered by the referral to another agency."
State Operations Manual
Appendix G - Guidance to Surveyors: Rural Health Clinics (RHCs)
- (Rev. 1, 05-21-04)
INDEX (go to the above links for section detail)
§491.4 Condition of Coverage: Compliance With Federal, State, and Local Laws
§491.5 Condition of Coverage: Location of Clinic
§491.6 Condition of Coverage: Physical Plant and Environment
§491.7 Condition of Coverage: Organizational Structure
§491.8 Condition of Coverage: Staffing and Staff Responsibilities
§491.9 Condition of Coverage: Provision of Services
§491.10 Condition of Coverage: Patient Health Records
§491.11 Condition of Coverage: Program Evaluation
Table A - Publications of the Bureau of the Census - Maps Displaying Urbanized Areas
Table B - Contacts in the Bureau of the Census Regional Offices
Table C - Cities With Boundaries Extending to Rural Populations

1 Comment to Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) Laws & Regulations:

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pay for written papers on Monday, September 11, 2017 7:43 AM
It give lot of pleasure to help someone . If we continue to help need and poor God will help us and more and more happiness to us .But some people doing fraud in the name of ngo's and other institutes so should be careful from that frauds . Informative post about law and regulation to avoid frauds.
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