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OREGON HEALTH AUTHORITY, OFFICE FOR OREGON HEALTH POLICY AND RESEARCH

 

DIVISION 24

CAPITOL PROJECT REPORTING PROGRAM

409-024-0000

Definitions

The following definitions apply to OAR 409-024-0000 to 409-024-0130:

(1) “Capital project” has the meaning described in ORS 442.361.

(2) “Community benefits” mean programs or activities that provide treatment or promote health and healing as a response to identified community needs and are not provided primarily for marketing purposes or to increase market share.

(3) "Office" means the Office for Oregon Health Policy and Research.

(4) “Reporting entity” includes the following if licensed pursuant to ORS 441.015:

(a) A type A hospital as described in ORS 442.470.

(b) A type B hospital as described in ORS 442.470.

(c) A diagnostic-related group (DRG) hospital as described in ORS 442.361.

(d) An ambulatory surgical center as defined in ORS 442.015.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 442.362
Stats. Implemented: ORS 442. 361 & 442.362
Hist.: OHP 3-2010, f. 6-24-10, cert. ef. 7-1-10

409-024-0110

Capital Project Report

(1) Each reporting entity must submit to the Office a report of pending or proposed capital projects using a Capital Project Reporting Form CPR-1 as defined by the Office. The report must be completed in accordance with instructions in the capital project reporting guidelines published on the Office’s website.

(2) The Capital Project Reporting Form CPR-1 shall include but is not limited to

(a) A summary of the information posted by the reporting entity under ORS 442.362.

(b) The procedure that the reporting entity used to collect public comment.

(c) A summary of expected community benefits for the project.

(d) The estimated cost of the project.

(3) Capital project reports must be submitted to the Office no later than 30 days after financing for a project that has been approved for ambulatory surgical centers or within 30 days after the project has been approved by the hospital’s board of directors or other governing body for hospitals. The report shall be considered submitted on the date the report is postmarked or electronically delivered to the Office, whichever is first.

(4) The Office shall maintain on its website a publicly available resource to enable interested parties to view capital project reports filed with the Office.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 442.362
Stats. Implemented: ORS 442.361 and 442.362
Hist.: OHP 3-2010, f. 6-24-10, cert. ef. 7-1-10

409-024-0120

Public Comments

(1) Each reporting entity must make available a means for interested persons to submit public comments on the capital project either on their website or by posting public notice in a major newspaper for a period of no less than seven days. Comments must be collected for a period of no less than 30 days and made available for public review.

(2) The hospital or ambulatory care center shall then notify the Office after the 30 day public comment if the hospital or ambulatory care center chooses to complete the project as is or if the project has changed and an expected completion date. The Office shall post this update on its website for 30 days.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 442.362
Stats. Implemented: ORS 442.361 & 442.362
Hist.: OHP 3-2010, f. 6-24-10, cert. ef. 7-1-10

409-024-0130

Civil Penalties

(1) If the Office learns that any reporting entity has failed to file a capital project report, the Office shall contact the reporting entity by certified mail requesting the unfiled report. If the reporting entity fails to reply within 30 calendar days or continues to be non-compliant with the reporting requirements, the Office shall assess a civil penalty pursuant to the following schedule:

(a) $250 per day for the first five days of failure to file in accordance with ORS 442.991; and

(b) $500 per day from the sixth day until filing in accordance with ORS 442.991 is completed.

(2) Any amount of civil penalty assessed by the Office may not be allowed as a reimbursable cost item and may not be recoverable from any category of payment source or patient.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 442.362
Stats. Implemented: ORS 442.361, 442.362 & 442.991
Hist.: OHP 3-2010, f. 6-24-10, cert. ef. 7-1-10

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