Report 2014-111 Recommendation 18 Responses
Report 2014-111: California Department of Public Health: It Has Not Effectively Managed Investigations of Complaints Related to Long-Term Health Care Facilities (Release Date: October 2014)
Recommendation #18 To: Public Health, Department of
To ensure that the Legislature promptly receives information about the timeliness of Public Health's complaint processing related to long-term health care facilities, Public Health should continue to include all of the statutorily required information in its annual report and submit it by the due date.
6-Month Agency Response
On May 8, 2015, CDPH post district-specific data to our website. Subsequent reports will continue to report district office specific details of the complaints and entity reported incidents volume, timeliness, and disposition.
In February 2015, CDPH posted its annual Fee Report for FY 15/16 on the website. The report contains all statutorily required information.
The Legislature is informed via the Fee Report, posted at:
- Completion Date: February 2015
- Response Date: June 2015
California State Auditor's Assessment of 6-Month Status: Fully Implemented
60-Day Agency Response
On November 7, 2014, CDPH posted on our website performance metrics on the volume, timeliness, and disposition of long-term care health facility complaints and ERI investigations for the first quarter of fiscal year 2014-2015.
By January 31, 2015, CDPH will provide district-specific data to the district offices to use as a management tool. CDPH will work with the district offices to monitor these performance metrics.
In February 2015, CDPH will release its annual fee report containing all of the statutorily required information, as defined above.
- Estimated Completion Date: 2/28/15
- Response Date: December 2014
California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Pending
Agency responses received are posted verbatim.