School-based health centers
- • certification
- • best practices
- • rules
The division of the Oregon Health Authority that is charged with public health functions:
(1) Shall develop and continuously refine a system of care that:
(a) Meets the developmental needs of adolescents;
(b) Promotes evidence-based practices for children; and
(c) Prioritizes public health through activities such as:
(A) Establishing certification and performance standards;
(B) Collecting and analyzing clinical data;
(C) Conducting ongoing assessments and special studies; and
(D) Defining a statewide planning and development process.
(2) Shall adopt by rule the procedures and criteria for the certification, suspension and decertification of school-based health centers. The procedures must allow certified school-based health centers a reasonable period of time to cure any defects in compliance prior to the suspension or decertification of the school-based health center.
(3) Shall convene work groups to recommend best practices for school-based health centers with respect to electronic health records, billing, joint purchasing, business models and patient centered primary care home certification or accreditation.
(4)(a) May, in addition to the duties described in subsection (1) of this section, enter into a contract with an entity that coordinates the efforts of school-based health centers for the purpose of providing assistance to school-based health centers that receive grant moneys under ORS 413.225 (Grants to safety net providers).
(b) A contract entered into under this subsection must require the entity to:
(A) Provide technical assistance and community-specific ongoing training to school-based health centers, school districts and education service districts;
(B) Assist school-based health centers in improving business practices, including practices related to billing and efficiencies;
(C) Assist school-based health centers in expanding their relationships with coordinated care organizations, sponsors of medical care for school-age children and other community-based providers of school-based health and mental health services; and
(D) Facilitate the integration of health and education policies and programs at the local level so that school-based health centers operate in an optimal environment. [2013 c.683 §1]
Note: 413.223 (School-based health centers) was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 413 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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