An Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID) is designed and functions to meet needs of four or more individuals with developmental disabilities or related conditions who require twenty-four hour active treatment services.
The primary purpose of the facility is to provide for health and rehabilitative needs of the individuals residing at the facility in an effort to:
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Summary of Changes to the Guidance:
The Idaho Bureau of Laboratories has issued revised guidance on specimens related to the COViD-19 for Nursing Homes.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) COVID-19 NHSN reporting requirements for nursing homes became effective on May 8, 2020. Data submitted to NHSN are shared with CMS on a weekly basis, enabling the agency to evaluate requirement compliance and publicly publish facility-level information. CMS memo QSO-20-29-NH provides additional information for nursing homes to meet COVID-19 reporting requirements.
APIC is making available free resources relating to coronavirus/COVID-19 and Long Term Care facilities.
Lists of CDC recommendations for environmental sanitation products.
ICF/IID Training Modules have been designed to assist with the application and understanding of the processes necessary for the provider group to assess, develop, implement, and evaluate aspects of the regulatory requirements relating to the population served.
3232 W. Elder St
Boise, ID 83705
(208) 334-6626 then Option 4