Nevada Public Welfare

Sec. § 422.3794
Imposition of assessment; vote; amount of assessment; regulations; deposit of revenue; compliance with federal law; submission of information to Division.


Except as otherwise provided in this section, after polling the operators in an operator group and receiving an affirmative vote from at least 67 percent of the operators in that operator group, the Division may impose by regulation, against each operator in the operator group, an assessment in an amount equal to a percentage of the net revenue generated by the agency to provide personal care services in the home or medical facility, as applicable, from providing care in this State during a calendar or fiscal year. The Division shall adopt:


Regulations prescribing the percentage that must be used to calculate the amount of the assessment, the date on which the assessment is due and the manner in which the assessment must be paid; and


Any other regulations necessary or convenient to carry out the provisions of this section.


The revenue from an assessment imposed pursuant to subsection 1 must be deposited in the Account.


An assessment imposed pursuant to subsection 1 must comply with the provisions of 42 C.F.R. § 433.68. An assessment must not be imposed pursuant to subsection 1 if federal law or regulations prohibit using the revenue generated by the assessment for the purposes prescribed in NRS 422.37945. If new federal law or regulations imposing such a prohibition are enacted or adopted, as applicable:


An assessment must not be collected after the effective date of the law or regulations; and


Any money collected during the calendar or fiscal year, as applicable, in which the federal law or regulations become effective must be returned to the operators from whom it was collected.


An operator shall submit to the Division any information requested by the Division for the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this section.

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