Home Health Agency
The initial license process occurs in two stages:
The first stage consists of the applicants submission of affirmative evidence of the ability to comply with the operational and physical plant standards contained in 175 Nebraska Administrative Code (NAC) 14, Section 006.
Initial License – The initial license application may be submitted to the department on the application form provided or an application constructed by the applicant. The application must include the information contained in 175 NAC 14, Section 003.01B, which is completing the application form and submitting the additional information listed below:
- List of names and addresses of all persons in control of the service. The list must include all individual owners, partners, limited liability company members, parent companies, and members of boards of directors owning or managing the operations and any other persons with financial interests or investments in the service. In the case of publicly held corporations, the individual owners listed must include any stockholders who own 5% or more of the company’s stock;
- Copy of the registration as a foreign corporation filed with the Nebraska Secretary of State, if applicant is a foreign corporation; and
- Required licensure fee specified in 175 NAC 14, Section 004.10.
The second stage consists of the Department’s review upon receipt of the completed application and may include an onsite inspection. The Department determines whether the applicant meets the standards contained in 175 NAC 14 and the Health Care Facility Licensure Act. 175 NAC 14, Section 003.01.
A Home Health Agency can not operate until the license has been issued.
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