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TITLE 26HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
PART 1HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION
CHAPTER 307BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAMS
SUBCHAPTER DOUTPATIENT COMPETENCY RESTORATION
RULE §307.167Data

(a) An OCR provider must collect and report the following data into HHSC's designated automation system for each individual admitted to or discharged from an OCR program, including:

  (1) whether the individual has been charged with a felony;

  (2) whether the individual has been charged with a misdemeanor;

  (3) whether the individual withdrew from the OCR program without the court's authorization;

  (4) whether the individual received an additional charge of a Class B misdemeanor or a higher category of offense while ordered to the OCR program;

  (5) whether the individual has been restored to competency within the time frame allotted by statute;

  (6) the number of days from the day the court orders OCR to the day the individual begins participation in the OCR program;

  (7) the number of days for an individual charged with a felony to restore to competency;

  (8) the number of days for an individual charged with a misdemeanor to restore to competency;

  (9) whether the individual was charged with a felony and not restored to competency within the initial restoration period, and for whom an extension of services was sought;

  (10) whether the individual was charged with a misdemeanor and not restored to competency within the initial restoration period, and for whom an extension of services was sought;

  (11) whether an individual has not restored to competency at the conclusion of court-ordered services; and

  (12) types of services provided to the individual other than psychiatric services and competency restoration education.

(b) In a format specified by HHSC, an OCR provider must submit costs associated with operating the OCR program to HHSC quarterly.

(c) In a format specified by HHSC, an OCR provider must submit administrative outcomes on the OCR program regarding:

  (1) reported and confirmed cases of abuse, neglect, and exploitation;

  (2) reported and confirmed cases of rights violations;

  (3) restraints and seclusions used;

  (4) emergency medications used;

  (5) serious injuries; and

  (6) deaths.


Source Note: The provisions of this §307.167 adopted to be effective February 9, 2021, 46 TexReg 918

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