No. The Balanced Budget act of 1996 eliminated the requirement for annual resident review, specifying that reviews are required instead upon changes in condition. A review and determination must be conducted promptly after a nursing facility has notified the state mental health authority or state intellectual disability authority that there has been a significant change in the resident’s physical or mental condition (within an average of 7-9 days). For more information on when a resident review must be conducted, please see our FAQ What is considered a significant change in condition?
Must PASRR be completed each year for MI/ID residents, as originally specified in 42 CFR 483.100-138?