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Bill Detail: HB20-1101

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Title Assisted Living Residence Referrals
Status Governor Signed (03/20/2020)
Bill Subjects
  • Public Health
House Sponsors J. Wilson (R)
Senate Sponsors N. Todd (D)
D. Hisey (R)
House Committee Public Health Care and Human Services
Senate Committee Health and Human Services
Date Introduced 01/14/2020
Description

The bill requires an agreement between an assisted living
residence referral agency and a prospective resident of an assisted living
residence to be in writing and include:
  • The right of the prospective resident or representative of
the prospective resident to terminate the referral agency's

services for any reason at any time; and
  • A requirement that the referral agency communicate the
cancellation of the agreement to all assisted living
residences to which the prospective resident has been
referred.
The bill prohibits an assisted living residence from:
  • Paying a referral fee to a referral agency if the agreement
between the referral agency and the prospective resident
has been terminated; and
  • Selling the prospective resident's or prospective resident's
representative's contact information without written
consent.
The bill expands the definition of assisted living residence to
include a facility operating for persons with intellectual and
developmental disabilities.

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