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210 ILCS 85/9.4

    (210 ILCS 85/9.4)
    Sec. 9.4. Findings, conclusions, and citations. The Department must consider any factual information offered by the hospital during the survey, inspection, or investigation, at daily status briefings, and in the exit briefing required under Section 9.2 before making final findings and conclusions or issuing citations. The Department must document receipt of such information. The Department must provide the hospital with written notice of its findings and conclusions within 10 days of the exit briefing required under Section 9.2. This notice must provide the following information: (i) identification of all deficiencies and areas of noncompliance with applicable law; (ii) identification of the applicable statutes, rules, codes, or standards that were violated; and (iii) the factual basis for each deficiency or violation.
(Source: P.A. 93-41, eff. 6-27-03.)