101 STAT. 1330-122
PUBLIC LAW 100-203—DEC. 22, 1987
served by the organization and enrolls with such organization (in accordance with subsection (c)(2)). (b) DEFINITIONS OF COMMUNITY NURSING AND AMBULATORY CARE
AND EuGiBLE ORGANIZATION.—As used in this section: (1) The term "community nursing and ambulatory care" means the following services: (A) Part-time or intermittent nursing care furnished by or under the supervision of registered professional nurses. '^^ '^' (B) Physical, occupational, or speech therapy. (C) Social and related services supportive of a plan of ambulatory care. (D) Part-time or intermittent services of a home health ¥ci fe^; aide. (E) Medical supplies (other than drugs and biologicals) and durable medical equipment while under a plan of care. (F) Medical and other health services described in paragraphs (2)(H)(ii) and (5) through (9) of section 1861(s) of the Social Security Act. (G) Rural health clinic services described in section 1861(aaXlXC) of such Act. (H) Certain other related services listed in section 1915(c)(4)(B) of such Act to the extent the Secretary finds such services are appropriate to prevent the need for institutionalization of a patient. (2) The term "eligible organization" means a public or private entity, organized under the laws of any State, which meets the following requirements: ., • (A) The entity (or a division or part of such entity) is primarily engaged in the direct provision of community nursing and ambulatory care. (B) The entity provides directly, or through arrangements with other qualified personnel, the services described in paragraph (1). (C) The entity provides that all nursing care (including services of home health aids) is furnished by or under the supervision of a registered nurse. (D) The entity provides that all services are furnished by qualified staff and are coordinated by a registered professional nurse. (E) The entity has policies governing the furnishing of .^ community nursing and ambulatory care that are developed by registered professional nurses in cooperation with (as appropriate) other professionals. (F) The entity maintains clinical records on all patients. (G) The entity has protocols and procedures to assure, when appropriate, timely referral to or consultation with other health care providers or professionals. (H) The entity complies with applicable State and local laws governing the provision of community nursing and ambulatory care to patients. (I) The requirements of subparagraphs (B), (D), and (E) of section 1876(b)(2) of the Social Security Act. (c) AGREEMENTS WITH ELIGIBLE ORGANIZATIONS TO * ^ CONDUCT DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS.—
- ' Copy read "WITH ELIGIBLE ORGANIZATIONS TO".