In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health a client from Faribault Senior Living (client #1) was neglected when facility staff failed to provide adequate supervision that resulted in another client (client #2) pushing client #1 resulting in a
Resident at A1-Reliable Elopes The Minnesota Department of Health has concluded that based on a preponderance of evidence, the allegation that a client was neglected at A-1 Reliable Home Care in St. Paul when the alleged perpetrator (AP) left the
Pine Ridge Residence Bagley Abuse to Client In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health, dated January 12, 2017, it was alleged that a client Pine Ridge Residence Bagley was abused when perpetrator #1, restrained the client in the
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
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
In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health dated August 8, 2016, it was alleged that a resident at Adrian Care Center in Adrian Minnesota was abused by a staff alleged perpetrator (AP) when the AP treated the resident in a humiliating manner, writing on the resident’s forehead with a permanent marker.
Allegations of physical and sexual abuse as well as neglect are investigated administratively by the Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Health Facility Complaints, (OHFC).
Minnesota Nursing Home Survey Information According to CMS Medicare.gov, the inspection results are recorded in a form called (HCFA-2567) where deficiencies in the quality of care in the nursing home are recorded. The inspections assess whether facilities are meeting “minimum”
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid CMS creates a special focus facility list of nursing homes that have a history of serious quality issues and are included in a program designed to seek improvement in care.
In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health dated April 26, 2016, it was alleged that a client at Edgewood Hermantown was financially exploited when the alleged perpetrator4 (AP) took the client’s money for his/her personal use.