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55 Pa. Code § 6100.304. Written notice.

§ 6100.304. Written notice.

 (a)  If the provider is no longer able or willing to provide a service for an individual in accordance with §  6100.303 (relating to involuntary transfer or change of provider), the provider shall provide written notice to the following at least 45 days prior to the date of the proposed change of provider or transfer:

   (1)  The individual.

   (2)  Persons designated by the individual.

   (3)  The individual plan team members.

   (4)  The designated managing entity.

   (5)  The support coordinator, base-funding support coordinator or targeted support manager.

   (6)  The Department.

 (b)  The Department or designated managing entity may authorize a transfer or change date earlier than the date specified in subsection (a) to protect the health and safety of the individual or others.

 (c)  The provider’s written notice specified in subsection (a) must include the following:

   (1)  The individual’s name and master client index number.

   (2)  The current provider’s name, address and master provider index number.

   (3)  The service that the provider is unable or unwilling to provide.

   (4)  The location where the service is currently provided.

   (5)  The reason the provider is no longer able or willing to provide the service as specified in §  6100.303.

   (6)  A description of the efforts made to address or resolve the issue that has led to the provider becoming unable or unwilling to provide the service.

   (7)  Suggested time frames for transitioning the delivery of the service to the new provider.

Cross References

   This section cited in 55 Pa. Code §  6100.804 (relating to base-funding).



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