Minnesota Nursing Home Survey Findings According to the Minnesota Department of Health, Health Regulation Division, under a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), is responsible for ensuring that facilities accepting Medicare and Medicaid payment for services
Minnesota Nursing Home Arbitration Agreements Nursing homes cannot seek pre-dispute arbitration agreement as condition for admission. Pursuant to federal regulations 42 CFR 483.70(n), binding arbitration agreements. (1) A facility must not enter into a pre-dispute agreement for binding arbitration with
Memory Care Assault Due to Lack of Supervision Due to the fact that many of the residents have Alzheimer’s or dementia memory care assault is a real risk that needs to be addressed. Well trained staff who know how to
Memory Care Falls Result in Part Due to Lack of Training Falls in memory care and other elder care facilities are common occurrences. The resident’s usually have Alzheimer’s or dementia and are prone to confusion and many are able to
Kenneth LaBore is an elder abuse and neglect and nursing home injury lawyer who represents vulnerable adults and family members throughout the state of Minnesota.
Minnesota Nursing Home Regulations and Information About Long Term Care Providers and Care Issues for Residents and Family Members
Resources for Selecting an Elder Care Facility Selecting an elder care facility is a difficult and import decision. The resident or family member needs to consider many factors including the location, costs, payment sources such as Medicaid and Minnesota Elder
According to Minnesota Statute 626.5772, Subd. 2, “abuse” can include many things, including: an act against a vulnerable adult that constitutes a violation of, an attempt to violate, or aiding and abetting a violation of an assault, the use of drugs to injure or facilitate crime
Nursing Home Neglect Definition According to the National Adult Protective Services Association, NAPSA, “neglect” is described as: Physical neglect: includes failing to attend to a person’s medical, hygienic, nutrition and dietary needs, such as dispensing medications, changing bandages, bathing, grooming,
Results from a survey dated August 18, 2016, indicated that Lakeside Medical Center had deficiencies which were severe enough to place them on dubious list of special focus facility list of nursing homes with high numbers of serious deficiencies.