AZ LEG Long-Term and Memory Care


On Apr. 8, AZ LEG approved bill re long term and memory care.


  • AZ LEG approved Bill HB2764 related to long-term care, enforcement, memory care.
  • Long Term and Memory Care
  • Amended AZ revised statutes to amend provisions in title 36, chapter 4, AZ LEG 36-4.
  • Also amended AZ revised statutes title 46, AZ LEG 46-452, and AZ LEG 46-454.
  • Bill increases the maximum civil penalty the DHS Director may assess for violations of health care institution rules, and also increases the board members the NCIA Board.
  • Implements multiple requirements for the DHS Director re health care institutions, licensing, and training standards for memory care related to assisted living facilities.
  • Health care institution license does not expire and remains valid unless the licensee did not pay the civil penalties, penalty per violation has been increased from $500 to $1k.
  • Sets criteria that DHS must consider for a model by rule for assessing civil penalties.
  • Legislative History
  • On Feb. 6, 2024, bill introduced in House; on Feb. 29, 2024, bill was passed in House.
  • On Mar. 7, 2024, bill delivered to Senate; on Apr. 3, 2024, bill was passed in Senate.
  • On Apr. 4, 2024, bill delivered to governor; on Apr. 8, 2024, bill signed by governor.
  • Effectiveness
  • AZ LEG 36-405.03, Arizona Revised Statutes, is effective from and after Jun. 30, 2025.
  • Bill effective on Sep. 14, 2024 (91 days after Jun. 15 adjournment).

Regulators AZ LEG
Entity Types Ins
Reference Bill HB2764, 4/8/2024; Citation: *AZ LEG* 36, 46;
Functions Compliance; Legal; Operations; Registration/Licensing; Reporting
Countries United States of America
Category
State
Products Insurance; Long Term Care
Regions Am
Rule Type Final
Rule Date 4/8/2024
Effective Date 9/14/2024
Rule Id 207507
Linked to N/A
Reg. Last Update 4/8/2024
Report Section US Insurance

Last substantive update on 04/09/2024