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Repealed 4/28/77.

7 AAC 12.040. Licensing, operation, and maintenance of nursing homes

Repealed 11/19/83.

Editor's note: The substance of this regulation was revised and reorganized as part of a comprehensive revision of this chapter, effective 11/19/83, Register 88, and appears in 7 AAC 12.250 - 7 AAC 12.290 and 7 AAC 12.600 - 7 AAC 12.990. The history note at the end of each of those sections does not reflect the history of this section.

7 AAC 12.045. Alaska nursing home administrator licensing board; licensing requirements

Annulled under AS 44.62.320 , passed 5/3/76.

7 AAC 12.050. Nursing home construction and equipment

Repealed 4/28/77.

7 AAC 12.060. Preparation of nursing home plans and specifications

Repealed 4/28/77.

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Article 1A
Intermediate Care Facilities

Repealed 11/19/83

Editor's note: The substance of 7 AAC 12.061 - 7 AAC 12.068 was revised and reorganized as part of a comprehensive revision of this chapter, effective 11/19/83, Register 88, and appears in 7 AAC 12.250 - 7 AAC 12.305, and 7 AAC 12.600 - 7 AAC 12.990. The history notes at the end of those sections do not reflect the history of these sections.

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Article 2
Local Health Units and Districts

Repealed 2/10/83

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Article 3
General Acute Care, Rural Primary Care, Long-term Acute Care, and Critical Access Hospitals

Section

100. Scope.

102. Determination of rural primary care hospital.

103. Determination of long-term acute care hospital.

104. Determination of critical access hospital.

105. Services required.

110. Medical staff.

120. Surgical service.

130. Anesthesia service.

140. Critical care service.

150. Perinatal service.

160. Psychiatric service.

170. Respiratory therapy service.

180. Long-term care service.

190. Designation of critical access hospital under Medicare.

7 AAC 12.100. Scope

The provisions of 7 AAC 12.100 - 7 AAC 12.190 apply to general acute care hospitals, that provide the services described in 7 AAC 12.105(a) , rural primary care hospitals that provide the services described in 7 AAC 12.102, long-term acute care hospitals that provide the services described in 7 AAC 12.103, and critical access hospitals that provide the services described in 7 AAC 12.104. The department will consider all four types as hospitals under 7 AAC 12.100 - 7 AAC 12.190.

History: Eff. 11/19/83, Register 88; am 5/4/97, Register 142; am 9/1/2000, Register 155; am 6/23/2006, Register 178

Authority: AS 47.32.010

AS 47.32.030

7 AAC 12.102. Determination of rural primary care hospital

(a) The department will consider a facility as a rural primary care hospital if the department finds that the facility

(1) provides inpatient hospitalization for medical care of acute illness or injury;

(2) has no more than 25 acute care beds;

(3) is located in a rural area of no more than 15,000 residents, based on the most recent calculations of the United States Bureau of Census; and

(4) does not provide all of the following services:

(A) surgical service;

(B) anesthesia service;

(C) perinatal care;

(D) one or more of the following therapies:

(i) speech therapy;

(ii) occupational therapy;

(iii) physical therapy.

(b) If the facility provides all of the services described in 7 AAC 12.105(a) , the department will consider the facility as a general acute care hospital even though it otherwise might qualify as a rural primary care hospital under this section.

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