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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health

Chapter 381. Regulations for the Licensure of Home Care OrganizationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Section 30
Exemption from licensure
Section 40
License application; initial and renewal
Section 50
Compliance appropriate for all types of HCOs
Section 60
Changes to or reissue of a license
Section 70
Section 80
On-site inspections
Section 90
Home visits
Section 100
Complaint investigations conducted by the OLC
Section 110
Criminal records checks
Section 120
Section 130
Revocation or suspension of a license
Section 140
Return of a license
Section 150
Management and administration
Section 160
Governing body
Section 170
Section 180
Written policies and procedures
Section 190
Financial controls
Section 200
Personnel practices
Section 210
Indemnity coverage
Section 220
Contract services
Section 230
Client rights
Section 240
Handling complaints received from clients
Section 250
Quality improvement
Section 260
Infection control
Section 270
Drop sites
Section 280
Client record system
Section 290
Home attendants
Section 300
Skilled services
Section 310
Nursing services
Section 320
Therapy services
Section 330
Home attendants assisting with skilled services
Section 340
Medical social services
Section 350
Pharmacy services
Section 360
Personal care services
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