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​Nov. 9, 2022

902 KAR 55:110
Summary: This amendment aligns the regulation with 2020 amendments to federal law, 42 C.F.R. Part 2, which now allows reporting of controlled substances dispensed to treat substance use disorder to state prescription drug monitoring programs. State law requires all dispensed controlled substances be reported to the Kentucky All Schedule Prescription Electronic Reporting system (KASPER). This amendment enables implementation of changes to KASPER to require narcotic treatment programs to report dispensing of controlled substances and to reference federal privacy requirements.
KASPER Report Request

Nov. 3, 2022
902 KAR 20:480

Summary: Pursuant to SB 11 enacted in the 2022 regular session of the General Assembly, the regulation establishes minimum licensure requirements for operation of social model assisted living communities, health care model assisted living communities that provide basic health and health-related services and assisted living communities with a secured dementia care unit.
Proposed Application
Proposed Functional Needs Assessment

Aug. 17, 2022
906 KAR 1:210

Summary: This new administrative regulation establishes requirements for health care services agency registration.  Draft Application  Draft Report

Aug. 16, 2022

906 KAR 12:005E  Telehealth Terminology and Requirements (emergency)
906 KAR 12:005 Telehealth Terminology and Requirements (regular)
Summary: In accordance with the 2022 passage of HB 188, these amendments, required by KRS 211.335. KRS 211.335(1), direct the Cabinet to add the definition of “temporarily located” to the glossary of telehealth terminology required by KRS 211.334 to clarify when telehealth providers may provide services to patients in other states, add new telehealth terms and delete non telehealth-specific terms. ​

Aug. 4, 2022

906 KAR 1:210

Summary: In accordance with the 2022 passage of HB 282, this proposed administrative regulation establishes registration requirements for health care services agencies that refer direct care staff to assisted living communities, long-term care facilities or hospitals.

July 21, 2022

902 KAR 20:365

Kentucky abortion-inducing drug certification program and registration of qualified physicians

Summary: This administrative regulation establishes requirements for the certification of manufacturers, distributors, pharmacies and abortion facilities and the registration of qualified physicians who seek to provide abortion-inducing drugs.
Application for Registration to Provide Abortion-Inducing Drugs
Application for Participation in the Abortion-Inducing Drug Certification Program
Physician Dispensing Agreement form

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