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46.2825

46.2825 Regional long-term care advisory committees.

46.2825(1)

(1) Creation. The governing board of each resource center operating in a region established by the department under s. 46.281 (1n) (d) 1. shall appoint the number of its members that is specified by the department under s. 46.281 (1n) (d) 2. to a regional long-term care advisory committee. At least 50 percent of the persons a resource center board appoints to a regional long-term care advisory committee shall be older persons or persons with a physical or developmental disability or their family members, guardians, or other advocates.

46.2825(2)

(2) Duties. A regional long-term care advisory committee shall do all of the following:

46.2825(2)(a)

(a) Evaluate the performance of care management organizations and entities that operate a program described under s. 46.2805 (1) (a) or (b) in the committee's region with respect to responsiveness to recipients of their services, fostering choices for recipients, and other issues affecting recipients; and make recommendations based on the evaluation to the department and to the care management organizations and entities, as appropriate.

46.2825(2)(b)

(b) Evaluate the performance of resource centers operating in the committee's region and, as appropriate, make recommendations, concerning their performance to the department and the resource centers.

46.2825(2)(c)

(c) Monitor grievances and appeals made to care management organizations or entities that operate a program described under s. 46.2805 (1) (a) or (b) within the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(d)

(d) Review utilization of long-term care services in the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(e)

(e) Monitor enrollments and disenrollments in care management organizations that provide services in the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(f)

(f) Using information gathered under s. 46.283 (6) (b) 2. by governing boards of resources centers operating in the committee's region and other available information, identify any gaps in the availability of services, living arrangements, and community resources needed by older persons and persons with physical or developmental disabilities, and develop strategies to build capacity to provide those services, living arrangements, and community resources in the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(g)

(g) Perform long-range planning on long-term care policy for individuals belonging to the client groups served by the resource center.

46.2825(2)(h)

(h) Annually report to the department regarding significant achievements and problems relating to the provision of long-term care services in the committee's region.

46.2825 - ANNOT.

History: 2007 a. 20 ss. 968, 970, 977.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 46 > 46.2825

46.2825

46.2825 Regional long-term care advisory committees.

46.2825(1)

(1) Creation. The governing board of each resource center operating in a region established by the department under s. 46.281 (1n) (d) 1. shall appoint the number of its members that is specified by the department under s. 46.281 (1n) (d) 2. to a regional long-term care advisory committee. At least 50 percent of the persons a resource center board appoints to a regional long-term care advisory committee shall be older persons or persons with a physical or developmental disability or their family members, guardians, or other advocates.

46.2825(2)

(2) Duties. A regional long-term care advisory committee shall do all of the following:

46.2825(2)(a)

(a) Evaluate the performance of care management organizations and entities that operate a program described under s. 46.2805 (1) (a) or (b) in the committee's region with respect to responsiveness to recipients of their services, fostering choices for recipients, and other issues affecting recipients; and make recommendations based on the evaluation to the department and to the care management organizations and entities, as appropriate.

46.2825(2)(b)

(b) Evaluate the performance of resource centers operating in the committee's region and, as appropriate, make recommendations, concerning their performance to the department and the resource centers.

46.2825(2)(c)

(c) Monitor grievances and appeals made to care management organizations or entities that operate a program described under s. 46.2805 (1) (a) or (b) within the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(d)

(d) Review utilization of long-term care services in the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(e)

(e) Monitor enrollments and disenrollments in care management organizations that provide services in the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(f)

(f) Using information gathered under s. 46.283 (6) (b) 2. by governing boards of resources centers operating in the committee's region and other available information, identify any gaps in the availability of services, living arrangements, and community resources needed by older persons and persons with physical or developmental disabilities, and develop strategies to build capacity to provide those services, living arrangements, and community resources in the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(g)

(g) Perform long-range planning on long-term care policy for individuals belonging to the client groups served by the resource center.

46.2825(2)(h)

(h) Annually report to the department regarding significant achievements and problems relating to the provision of long-term care services in the committee's region.

46.2825 - ANNOT.

History: 2007 a. 20 ss. 968, 970, 977.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 46 > 46.2825

46.2825

46.2825 Regional long-term care advisory committees.

46.2825(1)

(1) Creation. The governing board of each resource center operating in a region established by the department under s. 46.281 (1n) (d) 1. shall appoint the number of its members that is specified by the department under s. 46.281 (1n) (d) 2. to a regional long-term care advisory committee. At least 50 percent of the persons a resource center board appoints to a regional long-term care advisory committee shall be older persons or persons with a physical or developmental disability or their family members, guardians, or other advocates.

46.2825(2)

(2) Duties. A regional long-term care advisory committee shall do all of the following:

46.2825(2)(a)

(a) Evaluate the performance of care management organizations and entities that operate a program described under s. 46.2805 (1) (a) or (b) in the committee's region with respect to responsiveness to recipients of their services, fostering choices for recipients, and other issues affecting recipients; and make recommendations based on the evaluation to the department and to the care management organizations and entities, as appropriate.

46.2825(2)(b)

(b) Evaluate the performance of resource centers operating in the committee's region and, as appropriate, make recommendations, concerning their performance to the department and the resource centers.

46.2825(2)(c)

(c) Monitor grievances and appeals made to care management organizations or entities that operate a program described under s. 46.2805 (1) (a) or (b) within the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(d)

(d) Review utilization of long-term care services in the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(e)

(e) Monitor enrollments and disenrollments in care management organizations that provide services in the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(f)

(f) Using information gathered under s. 46.283 (6) (b) 2. by governing boards of resources centers operating in the committee's region and other available information, identify any gaps in the availability of services, living arrangements, and community resources needed by older persons and persons with physical or developmental disabilities, and develop strategies to build capacity to provide those services, living arrangements, and community resources in the committee's region.

46.2825(2)(g)

(g) Perform long-range planning on long-term care policy for individuals belonging to the client groups served by the resource center.

46.2825(2)(h)

(h) Annually report to the department regarding significant achievements and problems relating to the provision of long-term care services in the committee's region.

46.2825 - ANNOT.

History: 2007 a. 20 ss. 968, 970, 977.

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