145A.12 Powers and duties of commissioner relative to subsidy.
Subdivision 1. Administrative and program support. The commissioner must assist community health boards in the development, administration, and implementation of community health services. This assistance may consist of but is not limited to:
(1) informational resources, consultation, and training to help community health boards plan, develop, integrate, provide and evaluate community health services; and
(2) administrative and program guidelines, developed with the advice of the state community health advisory committee. Adoption of these guidelines by a community health board is not a prerequisite for plan approval as prescribed in subdivision 4.
Subd. 2. Personnel standards. In accordance with chapter 14, and in consultation with the state community health advisory committee, the commissioner may adopt rules to set standards for administrative and program personnel to ensure competence in administration and planning and in each program area defined in section 145A.02.
Subd. 3. Planning standards; budgets; revisions. The commissioner may, in accordance with chapter 14 and in consultation with the state community health advisory committee, adopt rules to set submission dates, procedures, and standards for community health plans, budgets, and revisions prepared according to section 145A.10, subdivisions 5 and 6.
Subd. 4. Review and approval of plan, budget or revision. The commissioner must review and act on the community health plan, budget, or any proposed revision within 60 days after receiving the plan, budget, or revision. The commissioner may approve the plan, budget, or revision as written or refer it back to the community health board with comments and instructions for further consideration. Failure to act within the specified time constitutes approval.
Subd. 5. Reporting standards. The commissioner may, in accordance with chapter 14 and in consultation with the state community health advisory committee, adopt rules establishing standards and procedures for a uniform reporting system that will permit the evaluation of the efficiency and effectiveness of community health services.
Subd. 6. Repealed, 1997 c 7 art 2 s 67
HIST: 1987 c 309 s 12
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