Health assessments for foster children
(1) A coordinated care organization shall provide an initial health assessment on any child enrolled in the coordinated care organization who is in the custody of the Department of Human Services no later than 60 days after the date that the Oregon Health Authority notifies the coordinated care organization that the child has been taken into the department’s custody. The assessment must be performed in accordance with metrics established by the metrics and scoring subcommittee created in ORS 414.638 (Metrics and scoring subcommittee).
(2) If a child has not received an initial health assessment by the date specified in subsection (1) of this section, the coordinated care organization shall act affirmatively to locate the child and make arrangements for an initial health assessment. [2017 c.277 §2]
Note: Section 3, chapter 277, Oregon Laws 2017, provides:
Sec. 3. (1) Each coordinated care organization shall report to the Oregon Health Authority aggregate data specified by the authority that is expected to identify barriers to coordinated care organizations’ ability to comply with section 2 of this 2017 Act [414.686 (Health assessments for foster children)]. The authority shall collect and compile the data reported and use the data to develop and implement changes to address the barriers to compliance.
(2) The authority shall report to the interim committees of the Legislative Assembly related to health:
(a) The rate of compliance with section 2 of this 2017 Act by each coordinated care organization; and
(b) The steps taken by the authority, the Department of Human Services and coordinated care organizations to improve the rates of compliance.
(3) The authority shall submit the report described in subsection (2) of this section no later than September 15, 2018, and shall provide an updated report 12 months later. [2017 c.277 §3]
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