(A) The following functions are prescribed for the bureau of information and operational support:
(1) Coordinate and act as liaison with the office of management and information systems (OMIS) for computerized management information operations and web page submissions for the division of quality assurance, and coordinate technical support in the area of computer hardware, software applications, networking and data communications;
(2) Coordinate requirements of the centralized processing, storage, compilation and quality assurance data dissemination systems with the health care financing administration and software vendors;
(3) Publish annually a list of those adult family or adult group homes whose licenses have been revoked or not renewed or who have had admissions suspended as required by division (G) of section 3722.04 of the Revised Code;
(4) Respond to technical inquiries pertaining to the minimum data set (MDS),
OASIS and the health care service data collection system;
(5) Coordinate, analyze, and review budget development and monitor financial reporting and other fiscal matters involving the division of quality assurance;
(6) Coordinate and administer processes pertaining to applications for licensure and certification programs in the bureaus of long term care quality and community health facilities and services;
(8) Coordinate and administer processes pertaining to applications for licensure of health care facilities, excluding freestanding radiation therapy centers and freestanding and mobile diagnostic imaging centers, pursuant to section 3702.30 of the Revised Code and the rules adopted under that section;
(10) Inspect, administer, and coordinate enforcement activities of the asbestos abatement program as required by Chapter 3710. of the Revised Code; and
(11) Inspect, administer, and coordinate enforcement activities of the lead abatement program as required by Chapter 3742. of the Revised Code.
(B) The following minimum qualifications of the chief of the bureau of information and operational support are prescribed:
(1) An undergraduate degree in business administration and three years of broad-based experience in business management, fiscal management, licensure, or health care regulation; or
(2) Other equivalent combination of education and experience.