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• Nursing homes must verify that medication aides are listed in good standing on both the N.C. Medication Aide Registry and the N.C. Nurse Aide I Registry, and have no substantiated findings on the N.C. Health Care Personnel Registry before allowing them to work ( N.C. § 131E-270 ).

• Nurse Aide I Registry: All aides on this registry meet OBRA requirements for long term care facilities (42 CFR 483, Subpart B 483.75 , 42 CFR 483, Subpart D 483.150-154 ). Below are all of the possible methods of listing for the nurse aides on this registry:

• N.C. Medication Aide Registry: All aides on this registry meet the requirements of N.C. § 131E-270 . All medication aides on this registry have passed both an N.C. Board of Nursing approved training and state-approved competency evaluation program.

property [ N.C. § 131E‑256(c) ]. Staff listed on the Health Care Personnel Registry have pending investigations or substantiated findings by the department of resident abuse, resident neglect, misappropriation of resident or facility property, fraud against a resident or facility, or diversion of drugs belonging to a resident or facility [ N.C. § 131E-256 ; 10A NCAC 13O ]. The Health Care Personnel Registry includes all of the findings contained in the Nurse Aide I Registry (resident abuse, resident neglect, or misappropriation of the property of a resident in a nursing facility by a nurse aide) under N.C. § 131E‑255 .

• Nursing homes may not employ anyone who has a substantiated finding on the N.C. Nurse Aide I Registry (or on any other state’s Nurse Aide Registry) of resident abuse or neglect, or misappropriation of resident property which occurred in a nursing home [42 U.S.C. § 1395i-3(g)(1)(C); 42 U.S.C. § 1396r(g)(1)(C); 42 CFR 483.13 (c)(1)(ii)(B) ].

• Nursing homes must verify that medication aides are listed in good standing on both the N.C. Medication Aide Registry and the N.C. Nurse Aide I Registry, and have no substantiated findings on the N.C. Health Care Personnel Registry before allowing them to work ( N.C. § 131E-270 ).

• Nurse Aide I Registry: All aides on this registry meet OBRA requirements for long term care facilities (42 CFR 483, Subpart B 483.75 , 42 CFR 483, Subpart D 483.150-154 ). Below are all of the possible methods of listing for the nurse aides on this registry:

• N.C. Medication Aide Registry: All aides on this registry meet the requirements of N.C. § 131E-270 . All medication aides on this registry have passed both an N.C. Board of Nursing approved training and state-approved competency evaluation program.

property [ N.C. § 131E‑256(c) ]. Staff listed on the Health Care Personnel Registry have pending investigations or substantiated findings by the department of resident abuse, resident neglect, misappropriation of resident or facility property, fraud against a resident or facility, or diversion of drugs belonging to a resident or facility [ N.C. § 131E-256 ; 10A NCAC 13O ]. The Health Care Personnel Registry includes all of the findings contained in the Nurse Aide I Registry (resident abuse, resident neglect, or misappropriation of the property of a resident in a nursing facility by a nurse aide) under N.C. § 131E‑255 .

• Nursing homes may not employ anyone who has a substantiated finding on the N.C. Nurse Aide I Registry (or on any other state’s Nurse Aide Registry) of resident abuse or neglect, or misappropriation of resident property which occurred in a nursing home [42 U.S.C. § 1395i-3(g)(1)(C); 42 U.S.C. § 1396r(g)(1)(C); 42 CFR 483.13 (c)(1)(ii)(B) ].