Arizona Administrative Code
Title 6 - ECONOMIC SECURITY
Chapter 6 - DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC SECURITY - DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Article 15 - STANDARDS FOR CERTIFICATION OF HOME AND COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICE (HCBS) PROVIDERS
Section R6-6-1512 - Compliance Audit of Hcbs Service Providers

Universal Citation: AZ Admin Code R 6-6-1512

Current through Register Vol. 30, No. 12, March 22, 2024

A. The Division shall conduct a compliance audit of each HCBS service provider's records at least every two years. The Division shall schedule with the service provider the record audit at least two business days in advance.

B. The Division may conduct an unscheduled compliance audit as a result of a complaint or noncompliance issue.

C. The individual or contracted agency shall cooperate with the compliance audit conducted by the Division by:

1. Making available the following information to the Division:
a. Fingerprint clearance letters for each individual as provided by R6-6-1506(B);

b. Written documentation of completion of a current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certificate for each individual service provider and direct-care staff as provided by R6-6-1520(A)(1)(b);

c. Written documentation of current First-aid training for each individual service provider and direct-care staff as provided by R6-6-1520(A)(1)(c);

d. Written documentation that each individual service provider and direct-care staff has reviewed Article 9, except as provided by R6-6-1521;

e. Copies of three references for each direct-care staff as provided by R6-6-1504(D);

f. Written documentation showing that each individual service provider and direct-care staff has completed training in client intervention techniques as provided by R6-6-1520(C);

g. Written documentation showing that the individual providing service has received an orientation to the specific needs of each client served prior to the delivery of service, as provided by R6-6-1520(A)(1)(a);

h. A copy of a current valid driver's license, valid registration, and current liability insurance coverage as required by A.R.S. Title 28, Chapter 3, 4, and 7 for each individual providing transportation for a client;

i. Written documentation of any other training required by this Article; and

j. Written documentation of the date of hire for each direct-care staff of a contracted agency.

2. Allowing the Division to interview employees; and

3. Participating in the compliance audit entrance and exit conferences with Division employees.

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