(1) DDA may impose a provisional certification for a maximum of ninety days if the provider:
(a) Prevents or interferes with a certification evaluation or complaint investigation by DSHS;
(b) Fails to comply with chapter 388-829R
(c) Fails to comply with chapter 74.34
(d) Knowingly makes a false statement of material fact to DSHS; or
(e) Fails to implement a plan of correction.
(2) At the end of the provisional certification, if the provider has complied with certification requirements, DDA may approve the provider for standard certification.
(3) At the end of the provisional certification, if the provider has not complied with certification requirements, DDA must decertify the overnight planned respite services provider.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030
. WSR 20-08-033, § 388-829R-230, filed 3/24/20, effective 5/1/20.]