Kentucky withdraws mandatory background check requirement for long-term care providers
The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services recently withdrew 906 KAR 1:190E and 906 KAR 1:190, which removed the requirement for the state’s long-term care provider’s mandatory participation in Kentucky’s National Background Check Program (also referred to as KARES).
Although participation is no longer mandatory, eligible entities may participate in Kentucky’s National Background Check Program voluntarily. The cost for a state and national criminal background check facilitated under KARES remains $20 at this time.
For more information regarding the KARES program, click here to read our previously published News to Note article.
Source: Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services
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