University of Minnesota Long Term Care Resource Center
http://www.sph.umn.edu/hpm/ltcresourcecenter/
612-624-5171

Texas

Complete Nursing Home Regulations Licensure Rules for Nursing Home Administrators
Texas Assisted Living Regulations  

 

Regulatory Approach

Texas.

Changes at A Glance

Texas has made changes to nursing home regulations in the following areas:

  • - Paid Feeding Assistant Requirements (2010)

  • - Nursing Facilitator Administrator License Verification (2009)

  • - Hospice Inpatient Respite Services (2009)

  • - Determining the Severity of Physical Injuries in Licensed Intermediate Care Facilities for Persond with Mental Retardation or Related Conditions (ICFs/MR) (2009)

  • - Changes to State Standards for Participation in S-Tag Numbering System within Automated Survey Pricessing Environment (ASPEN) (2009)

  • - Revisit Guidance for Nursing Facility Medicare/Medicaid Certification Deficiencies (2008)

  • - Service Delivery and Care Planning Related to Licensing Rules (2008)

  • - Resident Rights Posters (2008)

  • - Provider Signature for Plans of Correction (2007)

  • - Changes to Chapters 301 and 303, Occupations Code, Relating to Nursing Peer Review and Regulation of the Practice of Nursing, Resulting from Senate Bill 993 (2007)

  • - Exit Conference Preliminary Findings List and Second Exit Conference (2007)

  • - Dates that Precede a Change of Ownership (CHOW) Application (2007)

  • - Unacceptable Plan of Correction (PoC) Procedures (2007)

Address:

Texas Department 
of Aging and Disability
(DADS)
P.O. Box 149030
Austin, Texas
78714-9030

Phone/Website:

512-438-3011 or
Consumer Rts & Services
1-800-458-9858

http://www.dads.state.tx.
us/index.cfm