MDH Cites Garden House Estates after Administering Wrong Dose of Medication to Client In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health it is alleged that facility staff at Garden House Estates in Duluth administered incorrect doses of medication resulting
MDH Cites Gable Pines at Vadnais Heights for Medical Management Errors In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health it is alleged that a client at Gable Pines at Vadnais Heights was neglected when facility staff failed to answer
Minnesota Nursing Home Medication Error Lawyer According to federal law nursing homes need to take several measures to protect residents from medication errors. Pursuant to federal regulation 42 CFR 483 45: (d) Unnecessary drugs—General. Each resident’s drug regimen must be
Minnesota Assisted Living Medication Error Despite the fact that many assisted living care providers charge more for a room and care than a nursing home there is a trade off you are getting a nicer room and usually newer more luxurious dining
Minnesota Assisted Living Medication Errors Claims of neglect and abuse include assisted living medication errors are usually considered malpractices pursuant to Minnesota Statute 145.682. In the event the medication mistake is such leads to death of a resident a wrongful death case under
Minnesota Memory Care Medication Errors Attorney Kenneth LaBore is an experienced litigator and elder abuse medication errors lawyer. Memory Care medication errors are usually not only considered personal injury or negligence claims they are also medical malpractices pursuant to Minnesota Statute 145.682, cases which require
Nursing Homes MUST Ensure that Residents are Free of any Significant Medication Errors. (42 CFR § 483.25 (m)) and Minnesota Rule 4658.1320.
42 CFR § 483.1320 (m) Medication Errors. The facility must ensure that—
(1) It is free of medication error rates of five percent or greater; and
(2) Residents are free of any significant medication errors.