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(210 ILCS 55/8)
(from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 2808)
An application for a license may be denied for any of the
(a) failure to meet the minimum standards prescribed
by the Department pursuant to Section 6;
(b) satisfactory evidence that the moral character of
the applicant or supervisor of the agency is not reputable. In determining moral character, the Department may take into consideration any convictions of the applicant or supervisor but such convictions shall not operate as a bar to licensing;
(c) lack of personnel qualified by training and
experience to properly perform the function of a home health agency;
(d) insufficient financial or other resources to
operate and conduct a home health, home services, or home nursing agency in accordance with the requirements of this Act and the minimum standards, rules and regulations promulgated thereunder; or
(e) a final determination, that includes exhaustion
of all available appeal and administrative review rights, of a violation of Section 1400 or 1400.2 of the Unemployment Insurance Act or subsection (d) of Section 4 of the Workers' Compensation Act.
(Source: P.A. 100-536, eff. 6-1-18