|(a) A patient is considered eligible for continued stay in the intensive outpatient rehabilitation/treatment service when the patient meets the diagnostic criteria and the conditions under at least one paragraph out of subsection (b)(1) and (2) of this section. (b) Factors for continued intensive outpatient rehabilitation/treatment services are listed in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection. (1) Alcohol/drug rehabilitation/treatment complication. The patient must meet the conditions of subparagraph (A) or (B) of this paragraph. (A) Patient demonstrates an insight and understanding into the patient's personal relationship with mood-altering chemicals, yet is not effectively addressing the life functions of work, social, or primary relationships without the use of mood-altering chemicals. (B) Patient, while physically abstinent from chemical substance use, remains mentally
preoccupied with such use to the extent that the patient is unable to adequately address primary relationships, or social or work tasks, but there are indications that, with continued treatment, the patient will effectively address these issues. (2) Psychiatric or medical complications. Documentation in the record indicates an intervening medical or psychiatric event which was serious enough to interrupt rehabilitation/treatment, but the patient is again progressing in treatment.