12VAC5-371-160. Financial controls and resident funds.
A. All financial records, including resident funds, shall be kept according to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
B. Each nursing facility shall maintain liability insurance coverage in a minimum of $1 million and professional liability coverage in an amount at least equal to the recovery limit set forth in § 8.01-581.15 of the Code of Virginia to compensate residents or individuals for injuries and losses resulting from the negligent or criminal acts of the facility. Failure to maintain minimum insurance shall result in revocation of the facility's license.
B. C. Nursing facilities choosing to handle
resident funds shall:
1. Comply with § 32.1-138 A 7 of the Code of Virginia regarding resident funds;
2. Purchase a surety bond or otherwise provide assurance for the security of all personal funds deposited with the facility; and
3. Provide for separate accounting for resident funds.
C. D. In the event the facility is sold, the
nursing facility shall provide written verification that all resident funds
have been transferred and shall obtain a signed receipt from the new owner.
Upon receipt, the new owner shall provide an accounting of resident funds. D. E. In the event of a resident's death or
discharge with funds deposited with the facility, the nursing facility shall,
within 30 days, give a final accounting of those funds to the individual
administering the resident's estate and, if appropriate, refund any moneys due.