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Assisted Living Facilities in Texas: Are You in Compliance with the New Emergency Preparedness Rule?


Last week, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission published a new emergency preparedness rule for assisted living providers in the Texas Register with an effective date of February 10, 2020. The new rule requires a significantly more comprehensive plan than what was required previously. The new requirements are not just an updated version of the previous system; rather, they include a broader scope and much more detailed compliance obligations. Emergency preparedness has been a hot topic as states across the country re-evaluate applicable requirements in light of recent incidents at long term care providers involving floods, hurricanes, mudslides, and other emergency situations.

During this webinar, we will discuss the details of the new emergency preparedness rule for assisted living providers in Texas. Participants will become familiar with the rule and the various requirements, and will leave the presentation with tools and actionable knowledge with which to become compliant quickly and efficiently.

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