§ 5100.16. Review and periodic reexamination.

 (a)  At least once every 30 days, every person in treatment under the act shall have his treatment plan reviewed. This review shall be based upon section 108(a) of the act (50 P. S. §  7108(a)). A report of the review and findings shall be summarized in the patient’s clinical record.

 (b)  The decisions and redisposition required by section 108(b) of the act, based upon such reexamination and review, shall be recorded in the patient’s clinical record as either a progress note or in any other appropriate form acceptable to the agency’s records committee.

 (c)  Such record shall include information required by section 108(c) of the act.

Cross References

   This section cited in 55 Pa. Code §  5100.4 (relating to scope); and 55 Pa. Code §  5320.52 (relating to review and periodic reexamination).



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