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410 ILCS 70/2.05
(410 ILCS 70/2.05)
(a) The Department shall periodically conduct on-site reviews of approved sexual assault treatment plans with hospital and approved pediatric health care facility personnel to ensure that the established procedures are being followed. Department personnel conducting the on-site reviews shall attend 4 hours of sexual assault training conducted by a qualified medical provider that includes, but is not limited to, forensic evidence collection provided to sexual assault survivors of any age and Illinois sexual assault-related laws and administrative rules.
(b) On July 1, 2019 and each July 1 thereafter, the Department shall submit a report to the General Assembly containing information on the hospitals and pediatric health care facilities in this State that have submitted a plan to provide: (i) transfer services to all sexual assault survivors, (ii) medical forensic services to all sexual assault survivors, (iii) transfer services to pediatric sexual assault survivors and medical forensic services to sexual assault survivors 13 years old or older, or (iv) medical forensic services to pediatric sexual assault survivors. The Department shall post the report on its Internet website on or before October 1, 2019 and, except as otherwise provided in this Section, update the report every quarter thereafter. The report shall include all of the following:
(1) Each hospital and pediatric care facility that
has submitted a plan, including the submission date of the plan, type of plan submitted, and the date the plan was approved or denied. If a pediatric health care facility withdraws its plan, the Department shall immediately update the report on its Internet website to remove the pediatric health care facility's name and information.
(2) Each hospital that has failed to submit a plan as
required in subsection (a) of Section 2.
(3) Each hospital and approved pediatric care
facility that has to submit an acceptable Plan of Correction within the time required by Section 2.1, including the date the Plan of Correction was required to be submitted. Once a hospital or approved pediatric health care facility submits and implements the required Plan of Correction, the Department shall immediately update the report on its Internet website to reflect that hospital or approved pediatric health care facility's compliance.
(4) Each hospital and approved pediatric care
facility at which the periodic on-site review required by Section 2.05 of this Act has been conducted, including the date of the on-site review and whether the hospital or approved pediatric care facility was found to be in compliance with its approved plan.
(5) Each areawide treatment plan submitted to the
Department pursuant to Section 3 of this Act, including which treatment hospitals, treatment hospitals with approved pediatric transfer, transfer hospitals and approved pediatric health care facilities are identified in each areawide treatment plan.
(c) The Department, in consultation with the Office of the Attorney General, shall adopt administrative rules by January 1, 2020 establishing a process for physicians and physician assistants to provide documentation of training and clinical experience that meets or is substantially similar to the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Education Guidelines established by the International Association of Forensic Nurses in order to qualify as a sexual assault forensic examiner.
(Source: P.A. 100-775, eff. 1-1-19