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14.31.03.00.htm 14.31.03.00. Title 14 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT Subtitle 31 OFFICE FOR CHILDREN Chapter 03 Interagency Discharge Planning for Hospitalized Children and Adolescents Authority: Article 41, §6-101 and 6-104; Article 83C, §2-102, 2-104, and 2-113; Article 88A, §3; Education Article, §8-301―8-303 and 8-401―8-417; Health-General Article, §2-102, 2-104, 2-105, 4-305, 4-307, 7-401, 7-1007, 10-204, 10-207, 10-712, 10-1203, and 15-102.1; Annotated Code of Maryland
14.31.03.01.htm 14.31.03.01. 01 Scope.. The following regulations govern procedures for the development of interagency plans for the provision of services to hospitalized children.
14.31.03.02.htm 14.31.03.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Case service coordinator" means a State employee, assigned to the Office for Children, who is responsible for tracking the status of hospitalized children and coordinating interagency efforts to secure the timely and appropriate placement of these children.2) "Departments" means the Departments of Health and Mental Hygiene, Human Resources, Education, and Juvenile Services.
14.31.03.03.htm 14.31.03.03. 03 Procedures for Identification and Tracking of Hospitalized Children.. A. Each State hospital and each private psychiatric hospital, when possible, shall complete an inpatient tracking form for each hospitalized child and report to a designated Department as follows:1) Within 24 hours after the first business day following the admission of a hospitalized child, the hospital staff shall complete and transmit the inpatient tracking form to the designated Department; and
14.31.03.04.htm 14.31.03.04. 04 Procedures for Development of Interagency Plans.. A. Within 10 working days after a child is hospitalized, the lead agency shall provide case management services to each hospitalized child, in the manner considered appropriate by the lead agency, to assist in securing and maintaining appropriate discharge services and placement.B. The hospital treatment team and lead agency shall jointly develop for each hospitalized child a discharge plan that includes recommendations for th
14.31.03.05.htm 14.31.03.05. 05 Transitional Services.. A. Transitional services include:. 1) Therapeutic;. 2) Educational;. 3) Interim residential;. 4) Social; and. 5) Recreational.. B. The lead agency shall provide transitional services when the treating physician, in consultation with the hospital treatment team and the lead agency, determines that:1) The hospitalized child is ready for discharge and remains in the hospital; and. 2) Transitional services are necessary to prevent specific clinical deterio
14.31.03.9999.htm 14.31.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 31, 1995 (22:15 Md. R. 1117) ―. COMAR 01.04.03 revised and recodified to COMAR 14.31.03 as an emergency provision effective June 30, 2005 (32:15 Md. R. 1314) recodified permanently effective November 28, 2005 (32:23 Md. R. 1828)Regulation .02 amended as an emergency provision effective June 30, 2005 (32:15 Md. R. 1314) amended permanently effective November 24, 2005 (32:23 Md. R. 1828)
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