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HEALTH FACILITIES AND REGULATION
(210 ILCS 47/) ID/DD Community Care Act.

210 ILCS 47/Art. III Pt. 2

 
    (210 ILCS 47/Art. III Pt. 2 heading)
PART 2. GENERAL PROVISIONS
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-201

    (210 ILCS 47/3-201)
    Sec. 3-201. Medical treatment; no prescription by Department. The Department shall not prescribe the course of medical treatment provided to an individual resident by the resident's physician in a facility.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-202

    (210 ILCS 47/3-202)
    Sec. 3-202. Standards for facilities. The Department shall prescribe minimum standards for facilities. These standards shall regulate:
        (1) Location and construction of the facility,
    
including plumbing, heating, lighting, ventilation, and other physical conditions which shall ensure the health, safety, and comfort of residents and their protection from fire hazard;
        (2) To the extent this Act has not established
    
minimum staffing requirements within this Act, the numbers and qualifications of all personnel, including management and nursing personnel, having responsibility for any part of the care given to residents; specifically, the Department shall establish staffing ratios for facilities which shall specify the number of staff hours per resident of care that are needed for professional nursing care for various types of facilities or areas within facilities;
        (3) All sanitary conditions within the facility and
    
its surroundings, including water supply, sewage disposal, food handling, and general hygiene, which shall ensure the health and comfort of residents;
        (4) Diet related to the needs of each resident based
    
on good nutritional practice and on recommendations which may be made by the physicians attending the resident;
        (5) Equipment essential to the health and welfare of
    
the residents;
        (6) A program of habilitation and rehabilitation for
    
those residents who would benefit from such programs;
        (7) A program for adequate maintenance of physical
    
plant and equipment;
        (8) Adequate accommodations, staff and services for
    
the number and types of residents for whom the facility is licensed to care, including standards for temperature and relative humidity within comfort zones determined by the Department based upon a combination of air temperature, relative humidity and air movement. Such standards shall also require facility plans that provide for health and comfort of residents at medical risk as determined by the attending physician whenever the temperature and relative humidity are outside such comfort zones established by the Department. The standards must include a requirement that areas of a facility used by residents of the facility be air-conditioned and heated by means of operable air-conditioning and heating equipment. The areas subject to this air-conditioning and heating requirement include, without limitation, bedrooms or common areas such as sitting rooms, activity rooms, living rooms, community rooms, and dining rooms;
        (9) Development of evacuation and other appropriate
    
safety plans for use during weather, health, fire, physical plant, environmental and national defense emergencies; and
        (10) Maintenance of minimum financial or other
    
resources necessary to meet the standards established under this Section, and to operate and conduct the facility in accordance with this Act.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10; 97-38, eff. 6-28-11.)

210 ILCS 47/3-202.1

    (210 ILCS 47/3-202.1)
    Sec. 3-202.1. Weather or hazard alert system. The Department shall develop and implement a system of alerting and educating facilities and their personnel as to the existence or possibility of weather or other hazardous circumstances which may endanger resident health or safety and designating any precautions to prevent or minimize such danger. The Department may assist any facility experiencing difficulty in dealing with such emergencies. The Department may provide for announcement to the public of the dangers posed to facility residents by such existing or potential weather or hazardous circumstances.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-202.2a

    (210 ILCS 47/3-202.2a)
    Sec. 3-202.2a. Comprehensive resident care plan. A facility, with the participation of the resident and the resident's guardian or resident's representative, as applicable, must develop and implement a comprehensive care plan for each resident that includes measurable objectives and timetables to meet the resident's medical, nursing, mental health, psychosocial, and habilitation needs that are identified in the resident's comprehensive assessment that allows the resident to attain or maintain the highest practicable level of independent functioning and provide for discharge planning to the least restrictive setting based on the resident's care needs. The assessment shall be developed with the active participation of the resident and the resident's guardian or resident's representative, as applicable.
(Source: P.A. 97-38, eff. 6-28-11.)

210 ILCS 47/3-202.3

    (210 ILCS 47/3-202.3)
    Sec. 3-202.3. Identified offenders as residents. No later than 30 days after July 11, 2005 (the effective date of Public Act 94-163), the Department shall file with the Illinois Secretary of State's Office, pursuant to the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act, emergency rules regarding the provision of services to identified offenders. The emergency rules shall provide for, or include, but not be limited to the following:
        (1) A process for the identification of identified
    
offenders.
        (2) A required risk assessment of identified
    
offenders.
        (3) A requirement that a licensed facility be
    
required, within 10 days of the filing of the emergency rules, to compare its residents against the Illinois Department of Corrections and Illinois State Police registered sex offender databases.
        (4) A requirement that the licensed facility notify
    
the Department within 48 hours of determining that a resident or residents of the licensed facility are listed on the Illinois Department of Corrections or Illinois State Police registered sex offender databases.
        (5) The care planning of identified offenders, which
    
shall include, but not be limited to, a description of the security measures necessary to protect facility residents from the identified offender, including whether the identified offender should be segregated from other facility residents.
        (6) For offenders serving terms of probation for
    
felony offenses, parole, or mandatory supervised release, the facility shall acknowledge the terms of release as imposed by the court or Illinois Prisoner Review Board.
        (7) The discharge planning for identified offenders.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-202.4

    (210 ILCS 47/3-202.4)
    Sec. 3-202.4. Feasibility of segregating identified offenders. The Department shall determine the feasibility of requiring identified offenders that seek admission to a licensed facility to be segregated from other residents.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-202.5

    (210 ILCS 47/3-202.5)
    Sec. 3-202.5. Facility plan review; fees.
    (a) Before commencing construction of a new facility or specified types of alteration or additions to an existing long term care facility involving major construction, as defined by rule by the Department, with an estimated cost greater than $100,000, architectural drawings and specifications for the facility shall be submitted to the Department for review and approval. A facility may submit architectural drawings and specifications for other construction projects for Department review according to subsection (b) that shall not be subject to fees under subsection (d). Review of drawings and specifications shall be conducted by an employee of the Department meeting the qualifications established by the Department of Central Management Services class specifications for such an individual's position or by a person contracting with the Department who meets those class specifications. Final approval of the drawings and specifications for compliance with design and construction standards shall be obtained from the Department before the alteration, addition, or new construction is begun.
    (b) The Department shall inform an applicant in writing within 10 working days after receiving drawings and specifications and the required fee, if any, from the applicant whether the applicant's submission is complete or incomplete. Failure to provide the applicant with this notice within 10 working days shall result in the submission being deemed complete for purposes of initiating the 60 day review period under this Section. If the submission is incomplete, the Department shall inform the applicant of the deficiencies with the submission in writing. If the submission is complete the required fee, if any, has been paid, the Department shall approve or disapprove drawings and specifications submitted to the Department no later than 60 days following receipt by the Department. The drawings and specifications shall be of sufficient detail, as provided by Department rule, to enable the Department to render a determination of compliance with design and construction standards under this Act. If the Department finds that the drawings are not of sufficient detail for it to render a determination of compliance, the plans shall be determined to be incomplete and shall not be considered for purposes of initiating the 60 day review period. If a submission of drawings and specifications is incomplete, the applicant may submit additional information. The 60 day review period shall not commence until the Department determines that a submission of drawings and specifications is complete or the submission is deemed complete. If the Department has not approved or disapproved the drawings and specifications within 60 days, the construction, major alteration, or addition shall be deemed approved. If the drawings and specifications are disapproved, the Department shall state in writing, with specificity, the reasons for the disapproval. The entity submitting the drawings and specifications may submit additional information in response to the written comments from the Department or request a reconsideration of the disapproval. A final decision of approval or disapproval shall be made within 45 days of the receipt of the additional information or reconsideration request. If denied, the Department shall state the specific reasons for the denial.
    (c) The Department shall provide written approval for occupancy pursuant to subsection (g) and shall not issue a violation to a facility as a result of a licensure or complaint survey based upon the facility's physical structure if:
        (1) the Department reviewed and approved or deemed
    
approved the drawings and specifications for compliance with design and construction standards;
        (2) the construction, major alteration, or addition
    
was built as submitted;
        (3) the law or rules have not been amended since the
    
original approval; and
        (4) the conditions at the facility indicate that
    
there is a reasonable degree of safety provided for the residents.
    (d) The Department shall charge the following fees in connection with its reviews conducted before June 30, 2004 under this Section:
        (1) (Blank).
        (2) (Blank).
        (3) If the estimated dollar value of the alteration,
    
addition, or new construction is $100,000 or more but less than $500,000, the fee shall be the greater of $2,400 or 1.2% of that value.
        (4) If the estimated dollar value of the alteration,
    
addition, or new construction is $500,000 or more but less than $1,000,000, the fee shall be the greater of $6,000 or 0.96% of that value.
        (5) If the estimated dollar value of the alteration,
    
addition, or new construction is $1,000,000 or more but less than $5,000,000, the fee shall be the greater of $9,600 or 0.22% of that value.
        (6) If the estimated dollar value of the alteration,
    
addition, or new construction is $5,000,000 or more, the fee shall be the greater of $11,000 or 0.11% of that value, but shall not exceed $40,000. The fees provided in this subsection (d) shall not apply to major construction projects involving facility changes that are required by Department rule amendments. The fees provided in this subsection (d) shall also not apply to major construction projects if 51% or more of the estimated cost of the project is attributed to capital equipment. For major construction projects where 51% or more of the estimated cost of the project is attributed to capital equipment, the Department shall by rule establish a fee that is reasonably related to the cost of reviewing the project. The Department shall not commence the facility plan review process under this Section until the applicable fee has been paid.
    (e) All fees received by the Department under this Section shall be deposited into the Health Facility Plan Review Fund, a special fund created in the State Treasury. All fees paid by long term care facilities under subsection (d) shall be used only to cover the costs relating to the Department's review of long term care facility projects under this Section. Moneys shall be appropriated from that Fund to the Department only to pay the costs of conducting reviews under this Section or under Section 3-202.5 of the Nursing Home Care Act. None of the moneys in the Health Facility Plan Review Fund shall be used to reduce the amount of General Revenue Fund moneys appropriated to the Department for facility plan reviews conducted pursuant to this Section.
    (f) (Blank).
    (g) The Department shall conduct an on site inspection of the completed project no later than 30 days after notification from the applicant that the project has been completed and all certifications required by the Department have been received and accepted by the Department. The Department shall provide written approval for occupancy to the applicant within 5 working days of the Department's final inspection, provided the applicant has demonstrated substantial compliance as defined by Department rule. Occupancy of new major construction is prohibited until Department approval is received, unless the Department has not acted within the time frames provided in this subsection (g), in which case the construction shall be deemed approved. Occupancy shall be authorized after any required health inspection by the Department has been conducted.
    (h) The Department shall establish, by rule, a procedure to conduct interim on site review of large or complex construction projects.
    (i) The Department shall establish, by rule, an expedited process for emergency repairs or replacement of like equipment.
    (j) Nothing in this Section shall be construed to apply to maintenance, upkeep, or renovation that does not affect the structural integrity of the building, does not add beds or services over the number for which the long term care facility is licensed, and provides a reasonable degree of safety for the residents.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-203

    (210 ILCS 47/3-203)
    Sec. 3-203. Standards for persons with developmental disability or emotional or behavioral disorder. In licensing any facility for persons with a developmental disability or persons suffering from emotional or behavioral disorders, the Department shall consult with the Department of Human Services in developing minimum standards for such persons.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-204

    (210 ILCS 47/3-204)
    Sec. 3-204. License classifications. In addition to the authority to prescribe minimum standards, the Department may adopt license classifications of facilities according to the levels of service, and if license classification is adopted the applicable minimum standards shall define the classification. In adopting classification of the license of facilities, the Department may give recognition to the classification of services defined or prescribed by federal statute or federal rule or regulation. More than one classification of the license may be issued to the same facility when the prescribed minimum standards and regulations are met.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-205

    (210 ILCS 47/3-205)
    Sec. 3-205. Municipalities; license classifications. Where licensing responsibilities are performed by a city, village or incorporated town, the municipality shall use the same classifications as the Department; and a facility may not be licensed for a different classification by the Department than by the municipality.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-206

    (210 ILCS 47/3-206)
    Sec. 3-206. Curriculum for training nursing assistants and aides. The Department shall prescribe a curriculum for training nursing assistants, habilitation aides, and child care aides.
    (a) No person, except a volunteer who receives no compensation from a facility and is not included for the purpose of meeting any staffing requirements set forth by the Department, shall act as a nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide in a facility, nor shall any person, under any other title, not licensed, certified, or registered to render medical care by the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, assist with the personal, medical, or nursing care of residents in a facility, unless such person meets the following requirements:
        (1) Be at least 16 years of age, of temperate habits
    
and good moral character, honest, reliable and trustworthy.
        (2) Be able to speak and understand the English
    
language or a language understood by a substantial percentage of the facility's residents.
        (3) Provide evidence of employment or occupation, if
    
any, and residence for 2 years prior to his or her present employment.
        (4) Have completed at least 8 years of grade school
    
or provide proof of equivalent knowledge.
        (5) Begin a current course of training for nursing
    
assistants, habilitation aides, or child care aides, approved by the Department, within 45 days of initial employment in the capacity of a nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide at any facility. Such courses of training shall be successfully completed within 120 days of initial employment in the capacity of nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide at a facility. Nursing assistants, habilitation aides, and child care aides who are enrolled in approved courses in community colleges or other educational institutions on a term, semester or trimester basis, shall be exempt from the 120-day completion time limit. The Department shall adopt rules for such courses of training. These rules shall include procedures for facilities to carry on an approved course of training within the facility.
        The Department may accept comparable training in
    
lieu of the 120-hour course for student nurses, foreign nurses, military personnel, or employees of the Department of Human Services.
        The facility shall develop and implement procedures,
    
which shall be approved by the Department, for an ongoing review process, which shall take place within the facility, for nursing assistants, habilitation aides, and child care aides.
        At the time of each regularly scheduled licensure
    
survey, or at the time of a complaint investigation, the Department may require any nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide to demonstrate, either through written examination or action, or both, sufficient knowledge in all areas of required training. If such knowledge is inadequate the Department shall require the nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide to complete inservice training and review in the facility until the nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide demonstrates to the Department, either through written examination or action, or both, sufficient knowledge in all areas of required training; and
        (6) Be familiar with and have general skills related
    
to resident care.
    (a-0.5) An educational entity, other than a secondary school, conducting a nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide training program shall initiate a criminal history record check in accordance with the Health Care Worker Background Check Act prior to entry of an individual into the training program. A secondary school may initiate a criminal history record check in accordance with the Health Care Worker Background Check Act at any time during or after a training program.
    (a-1) Nursing assistants, habilitation aides, or child care aides seeking to be included on the Health Care Worker Registry under the Health Care Worker Background Check Act must authorize the Department of Public Health or its designee to request a criminal history record check in accordance with the Health Care Worker Background Check Act and submit all necessary information. An individual may not newly be included on the Health Care Worker Registry unless a criminal history record check has been conducted with respect to the individual.
    (b) Persons subject to this Section shall perform their duties under the supervision of a licensed nurse or other appropriately trained, licensed, or certified personnel.
    (c) It is unlawful for any facility to employ any person in the capacity of nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide, or under any other title, not licensed by the State of Illinois to assist in the personal, medical, or nursing care of residents in such facility unless such person has complied with this Section.
    (d) Proof of compliance by each employee with the requirements set out in this Section shall be maintained for each such employee by each facility in the individual personnel folder of the employee. Proof of training shall be obtained only from the Health Care Worker Registry.
    (e) Each facility shall obtain access to the Health Care Worker Registry's web application, maintain the employment and demographic information relating to each employee, and verify by the category and type of employment that each employee subject to this Section meets all the requirements of this Section.
    (f) Any facility that is operated under Section 3-803 shall be exempt from the requirements of this Section.
    (g) Each skilled nursing and intermediate care facility that admits persons who are diagnosed as having Alzheimer's disease or related dementias shall require all nursing assistants, habilitation aides, or child care aides, who did not receive 12 hours of training in the care and treatment of such residents during the training required under paragraph (5) of subsection (a), to obtain 12 hours of in house training in the care and treatment of such residents. If the facility does not provide the training in house, the training shall be obtained from other facilities, community colleges or other educational institutions that have a recognized course for such training. The Department shall, by rule, establish a recognized course for such training.
    The Department's rules shall provide that such training may be conducted in house at each facility subject to the requirements of this subsection, in which case such training shall be monitored by the Department. The Department's rules shall also provide for circumstances and procedures whereby any person who has received training that meets the requirements of this subsection shall not be required to undergo additional training if he or she is transferred to or obtains employment at a different facility or a facility other than those licensed under this Act but remains continuously employed as a nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide. Individuals who have performed no nursing, nursing-related services, or habilitation services for a period of 24 consecutive months shall be listed as inactive and as such do not meet the requirements of this Section. Licensed sheltered care facilities shall be exempt from the requirements of this Section.
(Source: P.A. 100-432, eff. 8-25-17.)

210 ILCS 47/3-206.01

    (210 ILCS 47/3-206.01)
    Sec. 3-206.01. Health Care Worker Registry.
    (a) A facility shall not employ an individual as a nursing assistant, habilitation aide, home health aide, or child care aide, or newly hired as an individual who may have access to a resident, a resident's living quarters, or a resident's personal, financial, or medical records, unless the facility has checked the Department's Health Care Worker Registry and the individual is listed on the Health Care Worker Registry as eligible to work for a health care employer. The facility shall not employ an individual as a nursing assistant, habilitation aide, or child care aide if that individual is not on the Health Care Worker Registry unless the individual is enrolled in a training program under paragraph (5) of subsection (a) of Section 3-206 of this Act.
    (b) (Blank).
(Source: P.A. 99-78, eff. 7-20-15; 100-432, eff. 8-25-17.)

210 ILCS 47/3-206.02

    (210 ILCS 47/3-206.02)
    Sec. 3-206.02. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 97-38, eff. 6-28-11. Repealed by P.A. 100-432, eff. 8-25-17.)

210 ILCS 47/3-206.03

    (210 ILCS 47/3-206.03)
    Sec. 3-206.03. Resident attendants.
    (a) As used in this Section, "resident attendant" means an individual who assists residents in a facility with the following activities:
        (1) eating and drinking; and
        (2) personal hygiene limited to washing a resident's
    
hands and face, brushing and combing a resident's hair, oral hygiene, shaving residents with an electric razor, and applying makeup.
    The term "resident attendant" does not include an individual who:
        (1) is a licensed health professional or a
    
registered dietitian;
        (2) volunteers without monetary compensation;
        (3) is a nurse assistant; or
        (4) performs any nursing or nursing related services
    
for residents of a facility.
    (b) A facility may employ resident attendants to assist the nurse aides with the activities authorized under subsection (a). The resident attendants shall not count in the minimum staffing requirements under rules implementing this Act.
    (c) A facility may not use on a full time or other paid basis any individual as a resident attendant in the facility unless the individual:
        (1) has completed a training and competency
    
evaluation program encompassing the tasks the individual provides; and
        (2) is competent to provide feeding, hydration, and
    
personal hygiene services.
    (d) The training and competency evaluation program may be facility based. It may include one or more of the following units:
        (1) A feeding unit that is a maximum of 5 hours in
    
length.
        (2) A hydration unit that is a maximum of 3 hours in
    
length.
        (3) A personal hygiene unit that is a maximum of 5
    
hours in length. These programs must be reviewed and approved by the Department every 2 years.
    (e) (Blank).
    (f) A person seeking employment as a resident attendant is subject to the Health Care Worker Background Check Act.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10; 96-1000, eff. 7-2-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-206.1

    (210 ILCS 47/3-206.1)
    Sec. 3-206.1. Transfer of ownership following suspension or revocation; discussion with new owner. Whenever ownership of a private facility is transferred to another private owner following a final order for a suspension or revocation of the facility's license, the Department shall discuss with the new owner all noted problems associated with the facility and shall determine what additional training, if any, is needed for the direct care staff.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-206.04

    (210 ILCS 47/3-206.04)
    Sec. 3-206.04. Registry checks for employees.
    (a) Within 60 days after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 97th General Assembly, the Department shall require all facilities to conduct required registry checks on employees at the time of hire and annually thereafter during employment. The required registries to be checked are the Health Care Worker Registry, the Department of Children and Family Services' State Central Register, and the Illinois Sex Offender Registry. A person may not be employed if he or she is found to have disqualifying convictions or substantiated cases of abuse or neglect. At the time of the annual registry checks, if a current employee's name has been placed on a registry with disqualifying convictions or disqualifying substantiated cases of abuse or neglect, then the employee must be terminated. Disqualifying convictions or disqualifying substantiated cases of abuse or neglect are defined for the Department of Children and Family Services Central Register by the Department of Children and Family Services' standards for background checks in Part 385 of Title 89 of the Illinois Administrative Code. Disqualifying convictions or disqualifying substantiated cases of abuse or neglect are defined for the Health Care Worker Registry by the Health Care Worker Background Check Act and within this Act. A facility's failure to conduct the required registry checks will constitute a Type "B" violation.
    (b) In collaboration with the Department of Children and Family Services and the Department of Human Services, the Department shall establish a waiver process from the prohibition of employment or termination of employment requirements in subsection (a) of this Section for any applicant or employee listed under the Department of Children and Family Services' State Central Register seeking to be hired or maintain his or her employment with a facility under this Act. The waiver process for applicants and employees outlined under Section 40 of the Health Care Worker Background Check Act shall remain in effect for individuals listed on the Health Care Worker Registry.
(Source: P.A. 97-38, eff. 6-28-11.)

210 ILCS 47/3-206.005

    (210 ILCS 47/3-206.005)
    Sec. 3-206.005. Certification status for certified nursing assistants. A certified nursing assistant shall lose his or her certification status if he or she goes 24 consecutive months without performing nursing or nursing-related services for pay. In this Section, "nursing or nursing-related services for pay" includes work performed as a direct support professional as it is defined in the Community Services Act.
(Source: P.A. 100-754, eff. 8-10-18.)

210 ILCS 47/3-207

    (210 ILCS 47/3-207)
    Sec. 3-207. Statement of ownership.    
    (a) As a condition of the issuance or renewal of the license of any facility, the applicant shall file a statement of ownership. The applicant shall update the information required in the statement of ownership within 10 days of any change.
    (b) The statement of ownership shall include the following:
        (1) The name, address, telephone number, occupation
    
or business activity, business address and business telephone number of the person who is the owner of the facility and every person who owns the building in which the facility is located, if other than the owner of the facility, which is the subject of the application or license; and if the owner is a partnership or corporation, the name of every partner and stockholder of the owner;
        (2) The name and address of any facility, wherever
    
located, any financial interest in which is owned by the applicant, if the facility were required to be licensed if it were located in this State;
        (3) Other information necessary to determine the
    
identity and qualifications of an applicant or licensee to operate a facility in accordance with this Act as required by the Department in regulations.
    (c) The information in the statement of ownership shall be public information and shall be available from the Department.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-208

    (210 ILCS 47/3-208)
    Sec. 3-208. Annual financial statement.
    (a) Each licensee shall file annually, or more often as the Director shall by rule prescribe an attested financial statement. The Director may order an audited financial statement of a particular facility by an auditor of the Director's choice, provided the cost of such audit is paid by the Department.
    (b) No public funds shall be expended for the maintenance of any resident in a facility which has failed to file the financial statement required under this Section and no public funds shall be paid to or on behalf of a facility which has failed to file a statement.
    (c) The Director of Public Health and the Director of Healthcare and Family Services shall promulgate under Sections 3-801 and 3-802, one set of regulations for the filing of these financial statements, and shall provide in these regulations for forms, required information, intervals and dates of filing and such other provisions as they may deem necessary.
    (d) The Director of Public Health and the Director of Healthcare and Family Services shall seek the advice and comments of other State and federal agencies which require the submission of financial data from facilities licensed under this Act and shall incorporate the information requirements of these agencies so as to impose the least possible burden on licensees. No other State agency may require submission of financial data except as expressly authorized by law or as necessary to meet requirements of federal statutes or regulations. Information obtained under this Section shall be made available, upon request, by the Department to any other State agency or legislative commission to which such information is necessary for investigations or required for the purposes of State or federal law or regulation.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-209

    (210 ILCS 47/3-209)
    Sec. 3-209. Posting of information. Every facility shall conspicuously post for display in an area of its offices accessible to residents, employees, and visitors the following:
        (1) Its current license;
        (2) A description, provided by the Department, of
    
complaint procedures established under this Act and the name, address, and telephone number of a person authorized by the Department to receive complaints;
        (3) A copy of any order pertaining to the facility
    
issued by the Department or a court; and
        (4) A list of the material available for public
    
inspection under Section 3-210.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-210

    (210 ILCS 47/3-210)
    Sec. 3-210. Materials for public inspection.
    A facility shall retain the following for public inspection:
        (1) A complete copy of every inspection report of the
    
facility received from the Department during the past 5 years;
        (2) A copy of every order pertaining to the facility
    
issued by the Department or a court during the past 5 years;
        (3) A description of the services provided by the
    
facility and the rates charged for those services and items for which a resident may be separately charged;
        (4) A copy of the statement of ownership required by
    
Section 3-207;
        (5) A record of personnel employed or retained by the
    
facility who are licensed, certified or registered by the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (as successor to the Department of Professional Regulation);
        (6) A complete copy of the most recent inspection
    
report of the facility received from the Department; and
        (7) A copy of the current Consumer Choice Information
    
Report required by Section 2-214.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-211

    (210 ILCS 47/3-211)
    Sec. 3-211. No State or federal funds to unlicensed facility. No State or federal funds which are appropriated by the General Assembly or which pass through the General Revenue Fund or any special fund in the State Treasury shall be paid to a facility not having a license issued under this Act.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-212

    (210 ILCS 47/3-212)
    Sec. 3-212. Inspection of facility by Department; report.
    (a) The Department, whenever it deems necessary in accordance with subsection (b), shall inspect, survey and evaluate every facility to determine compliance with applicable licensure requirements and standards. Submission of a facility's current Consumer Choice Information Report required by Section 2-214 shall be verified at the time of inspection. An inspection should occur within 120 days prior to license renewal. The Department may periodically visit a facility for the purpose of consultation. An inspection, survey, or evaluation, other than an inspection of financial records, shall be conducted without prior notice to the facility. A visit for the sole purpose of consultation may be announced. The Department shall provide training to surveyors about the appropriate assessment, care planning, and care of persons with mental illness (other than Alzheimer's disease or related disorders) to enable its surveyors to determine whether a facility is complying with State and federal requirements about the assessment, care planning, and care of those persons.
    (a-1) An employee of a State or unit of local government agency charged with inspecting, surveying, and evaluating facilities who directly or indirectly gives prior notice of an inspection, survey, or evaluation, other than an inspection of financial records, to a facility or to an employee of a facility is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. An inspector or an employee of the Department who intentionally prenotifies a facility, orally or in writing, of a pending complaint investigation or inspection shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. Superiors of persons who have prenotified a facility shall be subject to the same penalties, if they have knowingly allowed the prenotification. A person found guilty of prenotifying a facility shall be subject to disciplinary action by his or her employer. If the Department has a good faith belief, based upon information that comes to its attention, that a violation of this subsection has occurred, it must file a complaint with the Attorney General or the State's Attorney in the county where the violation took place within 30 days after discovery of the information.
    (a-2) An employee of a State or unit of local government agency charged with inspecting, surveying, or evaluating facilities who willfully profits from violating the confidentiality of the inspection, survey, or evaluation process shall be guilty of a Class 4 felony and that conduct shall be deemed unprofessional conduct that may subject a person to loss of his or her professional license. An action to prosecute a person for violating this subsection (a-2) may be brought by either the Attorney General or the State's Attorney in the county where the violation took place.
    (b) In determining whether to make more than the required number of unannounced inspections, surveys and evaluations of a facility the Department shall consider one or more of the following: previous inspection reports; the facility's history of compliance with standards, rules and regulations promulgated under this Act and correction of violations, penalties or other enforcement actions; the number and severity of complaints received about the facility; any allegations of resident abuse or neglect; weather conditions; health emergencies; other reasonable belief that deficiencies exist.
     (b-1) The Department shall not be required to determine whether a facility certified to participate in the Medicare program under Title XVIII of the Social Security Act, or the Medicaid program under Title XIX of the Social Security Act, and which the Department determines by inspection under this Section or under Section 3-702 of this Act to be in compliance with the certification requirements of Title XVIII or XIX, is in compliance with any requirement of this Act that is less stringent than or duplicates a federal certification requirement. In accordance with subsection (a) of this Section or subsection (d) of Section 3-702, the Department shall determine whether a certified facility is in compliance with requirements of this Act that exceed federal certification requirements. If a certified facility is found to be out of compliance with federal certification requirements, the results of an inspection conducted pursuant to Title XVIII or XIX of the Social Security Act may be used as the basis for enforcement remedies authorized and commenced, with the Department's discretion to evaluate whether penalties are warranted, under this Act. Enforcement of this Act against a certified facility shall be commenced pursuant to the requirements of this Act, unless enforcement remedies sought pursuant to Title XVIII or XIX of the Social Security Act exceed those authorized by this Act. As used in this subsection, "enforcement remedy" means a sanction for violating a federal certification requirement or this Act.
    (c) Upon completion of each inspection, survey and evaluation, the appropriate Department personnel who conducted the inspection, survey or evaluation shall submit a copy of their report to the licensee upon exiting the facility, and shall submit the actual report to the appropriate regional office of the Department. Such report and any recommendations for action by the Department under this Act shall be transmitted to the appropriate offices of the associate director of the Department, together with related comments or documentation provided by the licensee which may refute findings in the report, which explain extenuating circumstances that the facility could not reasonably have prevented, or which indicate methods and timetables for correction of deficiencies described in the report. Without affecting the application of subsection (a) of Section 3-303, any documentation or comments of the licensee shall be provided within 10 days of receipt of the copy of the report. Such report shall recommend to the Director appropriate action under this Act with respect to findings against a facility. The Director shall then determine whether the report's findings constitute a violation or violations of which the facility must be given notice. Such determination shall be based upon the severity of the finding, the danger posed to resident health and safety, the comments and documentation provided by the facility, the diligence and efforts to correct deficiencies, correction of the reported deficiencies, the frequency and duration of similar findings in previous reports and the facility's general inspection history. The Department shall determine violations under this subsection no later than 90 days after completion of each inspection, survey and evaluation.
    (d) The Department shall maintain all inspection, survey and evaluation reports for at least 5 years in a manner accessible to and understandable by the public.
    (e) The Department shall conduct a revisit to its licensure and certification surveys, consistent with federal regulations and guidelines.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10; 97-38, eff. 6-28-11.)

210 ILCS 47/3-213

    (210 ILCS 47/3-213)
    Sec. 3-213. Periodic reports to Department. The Department shall require periodic reports and shall have access to and may reproduce or photocopy at its cost any books, records, and other documents maintained by the facility to the extent necessary to carry out this Act and the rules promulgated under this Act. The Department shall not divulge or disclose the contents of a record under this Section in violation of Section 2-206 or as otherwise prohibited by this Act.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-214

    (210 ILCS 47/3-214)
    Sec. 3-214. Consent to Department inspection. Any holder of a license or applicant for a license shall be deemed to have given consent to any authorized officer, employee or agent of the Department to enter and inspect the facility in accordance with this Article. Refusal to permit such entry or inspection shall constitute grounds for denial, nonrenewal or revocation of a license as provided in Section 3-117 or 3-119 of this Act.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-215

    (210 ILCS 47/3-215)
    Sec. 3-215. Annual report on facility by Department. The Department shall make at least one report on each facility in the State annually, unless the facility has been issued a 2-year license under subsection (b) of Section 3-110 for which the report shall be made every 2 years. All conditions and practices not in compliance with applicable standards within the report period shall be specifically stated. If a violation is corrected or is subject to an approved plan of correction, the same shall be specified in the report. The Department shall send a copy to any person on receiving a written request. The Department may charge a reasonable fee to cover copying costs.
(Source: P.A. 96-339, eff. 7-1-10; 96-1000, eff. 7-2-10.)

210 ILCS 47/3-216

    (210 ILCS 47/3-216)
    Sec. 3-216. Fire inspections; authority.
    (a) Per the requirements of Public Act 96-1141, on January 1, 2011 a report titled "Streamlined Auditing and Monitoring for Community Based Services: First Steps Toward a More Efficient System for Providers, State Government, and the Community" was provided for members of the General Assembly. The report, which was developed by a steering committee of community providers, trade associations, and designated representatives from the Departments of Children and Family Services, Healthcare and Family Services, Human Services, and Public Health, issued a series of recommendations, including recommended changes to Administrative Rules and Illinois statutes, on the categories of deemed status for accreditation, fiscal audits, centralized repository of information, Medicaid, technology, contracting, and streamlined monitoring procedures. It is the intent of the 97th General Assembly to pursue implementation of those recommendations that have been determined to require Acts of the General Assembly.
    (b) For facilities licensed under this Act, the Office of the State Fire Marshal shall provide the necessary fire inspection to comply with licensing requirements. The Office of the State Fire Marshal may enter into an agreement with another State agency to conduct this inspection if qualified personnel are employed by that agency. Code enforcement inspection of the facility by the local authority shall only occur if the local authority having jurisdiction enforces code requirements that are more stringent than those enforced by the State Fire Marshal. Nothing in this Section shall prohibit a local fire authority from conducting fire incident planning activities.
(Source: P.A. 97-321, eff. 8-12-11.)