(F) Regular public reports on the state`s progress in its Olmstead plan and new targets: each year in December, the OPC publishes the annual Olmstead report on public distribution to consumers, potential consumers, service providers, lawyers and government staff, in which progress made under this agreement and the Olmstead plan , including the number of people leaving state-run institutions, the census of the population in institutions, the number of people awaiting municipal services, the substantive and procedural changes that have been made to achieve Olmstead`s objectives, and the steps the state will take to achieve its goals and commitments for the coming year. The annual Olmstead report makes policy proposals and recommends specific resources for initiatives and resources during the ensuing fiscal development cycle to meet the government`s objectives and commitments in Olmstead. The Olmstead Annual Report takes into account community service data described in section 1, Section III to assess municipal service needs in the state. The OPC will also assess all items covered in the Olmstead Plan (i.e. the items covered by Article 1, Section IV D) of this agreement) and, if necessary, include an update to the Olmstead Plan in the Olmstead Annual Report. Olmstead`s annual report invites and responds to interested members of the public and public interests to raise their concerns about Olmstead`s themes. In addition, the annual budget submissions submitted to the Community Health Council and the Human Resources Council include a section specifically addressing the Olmstead objectives of the relevant department and state. Presentations are maintained on each department`s websites and are made available to all interested members upon request. These presentations should not be “individually identifiable health information” within the meaning of 45 C.F.R. (A) Establishment of the “MH Olmstead List”: within 120 days of the implementation of this agreement, the DHR will use the evaluation instrument described in Article 3, Section II of this agreement to assess all persons who have been institutionalized for more than 60 days at the time of implementation of the agreement and who are not yet eligible Community Services. For anyone who is not suitable for community service, dHR will conduct timely reassessments of the individual`s needs in the event of additional hospitalization.
This clinical assessment is repeated if there are clinically significant changes in the condition of the individual or every 30 days, depending on what is earlier.