Texas Register April 17, 2020 Volume: 45 Number: 16

posted in: §2001.034, 2020 proclamation certifying that the COVID-19 virus poses an imminent threat of disaster in the state and declaring a state of disaster for all counties in Texas. In this proclamation, 45, allowing certain End Stage Renal Disease facilities to operate an off-site outpatient facility without obtaining a new license, allowing certain hospitals to waive the requirement that off-site facilities be open or licensed within the past 36 months, Amendment to the Texas Healthcare Transformation Quality Improvement Program (THTQIP) Waiver affecting certain children in Department of Family and Protective Services conservatorship, and household members in connection with home and community support services, and welfare of the state during the COVID-19 pandemic, and welfare of the state requires immediate adoption of this Emergency Rule for Hospital Response to COVID-19.As authorized by Government Code, Chapter 133 Hospital Licensing, clients, concerning an emergency rule in response to COVID-19, Council requests applications for funding of new initiatives to support aging individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers, DSHS has published an updated Asbestos Penalty Matrix, in order to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19. To protect patients and the public health, new §133.51, New 26 TAC §500.2, New 26 TAC §500.20, New 26 TAC §510.48, New 26 TAC §550.212, New 26 TAC §551.401, New 26 TAC §553.45, New 26 TAC §558.408, New 26 TAC §558.872, New 40 TAC §19.2801, New 40 TAC §98.65, requiring screening of staff, restricting entry and requiring screening of certain authorized personnel at assisted living facilities, restricting entry and requiring screening of certain authorized personnel at day and health services facilities, restricting entry and requiring screening of certain authorized personnel at inpatient hospice units, restricting entry and requiring screening of certain authorized personnel at intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities, restricting entry and requiring screening of certain authorized personnel at nursing facilities, restricting entry and requiring screening of certain authorized personnel at prescribed pediatric extended care centers, restricting entry and requiring screening of certain authorized personnel at private psychiatric hospitals and crisis stabilization units, safety, Texas Administrative Code, Texas Department of State Health Services, the Commission may adopt an emergency rule without prior notice or hearing upon finding that an imminent peril to the public health, Three Health Maintenance Organizations have applied for company licensing in Texas

  23591 45 16 2469 New 25 TAC §133.51, restricting hospital entry and requiring screening of certain authorized hospital personnel CHAPTER 133. HOSPITAL LICENSINGSUBCHAPTER C. OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS25 TAC §133.51OVERVIEWThe Executive Commissioner of the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) adopts … Read More

Texas Register September 24, 2021 Volume: 46 Number: 39

Governor Appointments Re: Governor appoints Ruben A. Martinez to the Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services. Appointments for September 8, 2021 Appointed to the Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services for a term to expire January 1, 2022: Ruben A. … Read More

Texas Register September 17, 2021 Volume: 46 Number: 38

Department of State Health Services Emergency Rules Re: Renewing 25 TAC §448.911 to expand electronic treatment services for adults and adolescents in a licensed chemical dependency treatment facilities. CHAPTER 448. STANDARD OF CARESUBCHAPTER I. TREATMENT PROGRAM SERVICES25 TAC §448.911 OVERVIEW … Read More

Texas Register September 10, 2021 Volume: 46 Number: 37

The Governor Executive Order GA-39 Executive Order GA-39, prohibiting governmental entities from issuing vaccine mandates and from requiring vaccine passports. NOW, THEREFORE, Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas, by virtue of the power and authority vested by the Constitution and laws … Read More

Texas Register September 3, 2021 Volume: 46 Number: 36

Health and Human Services Commission Emergency Rules Re: Renewing 26 TAC §551.47 to describe requirements regarding limited outdoor and indoor visitation in Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with an Intellectual Disability or Related Conditions. CHAPTER 551. INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS … Read More

Texas Register August 20, 2021 Issue: 46 Number: 34

The Governor Proclamation 41-3852 Governor issues Proclamation 41-3852 to consider appropriations for healthcare expenses and needs related to COVID-19. The Governor, by the authority vested in him by Article III, Sections 5 and 40, and Article IV, Section 8 of … Read More

Texas Register August 13, 2021 Issue: 46 Number: 33

The Governor Executive Order GA-38 Governor issues Executive Order GA-38 setting forth statewide requirements in response to COVID-19. The Governor of Texas, by virtue of the power and authority vested in him by the Constitution and laws of the State … Read More

Texas Register – August 6, 2021 Vol: 46 Number: 32

Department of State Health Services Emergency Rules Re: Amending 25 TAC §448.603 to allow a licensed chemical dependency treatment facility to provide abuse, neglect, and exploitation training through live, interactive electronic mediums. CHAPTER 448. STANDARD OF CARESUBCHAPTER F. PERSONNEL PRACTICES AND … Read More

Texas Register July 23, 2021 Volume: 46 Number: 30

Texas Medical Board Emergency Rules Re: Amending 22 TAC §187.2 and §187.6 to ensure consistent usage of the term “appear” and “appearance” with regard to general provisions and definitions. CHAPTER 187. PROCEDURAL RULESSUBCHAPTER A. GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS22 TAC §187.2, §187.6 … Read More

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