A. The Administration, through its agent, the Office of Health Care Quality (OHCQ), is responsible for monitoring and inspecting the Administration's licensees to ensure regulatory compliance.
B. The Administration shall conduct an on-site pre-licensure survey.
C. The Administration shall conduct announced and unannounced licensure visits at any time the Administration considers necessary, but at least annually, and provide the licensee with any notification of noncompliance.
D. The Administration shall conduct announced or unannounced complaint investigation visits at any time the Administration considers necessary and provide the licensee with notification of any noncompliance.
E. The licensee shall submit a plan of correction (POC) at the end of an exit conference, or within 10 working days of receipt of the findings of noncompliance. The POC due date may be sooner than 10 working days when the nature of the noncompliance warrants a more immediate response, as determined by the OHCQ. The Director of the OHCQ may grant an extension of not more than 30 days for the submission of the POC.
F. If a POC is deemed unacceptable by the OHCQ, the licensee shall resubmit a revised POC within 10 working days to the OHCQ for approval.