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
Nursing Home Resident Are Entitled to Quality of Life Minnesota is ranked number one when it comes to long-term care in the country, but a study conducted by the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health has shed some light
What is Minnesota Nursing Home Bill of Rights? According to Minnesota Statute § 144.651 the Health Care Bill of Rights aka Nursing Home Bill of Rights – Minn. Stat. § 144.651. Scope – Those living in extended care facilities have certain
Federal Regulations Prohibit Abuse and Neglect of Nursing Home Resident Rights According to 42 CFR § 483.10, nursing home resident rights. A nursing home resident has “resident rights” – including the right to a dignified existence, self-determination, and communication with and access
Right to Access Medical Records – nursing home residents and their legal representatives. A Minnesota nursing home facility has the duty to have timely and complete records produced reflecting the Care Plan and actual treatment provided to the resident the nursing home resident or their legal representative has the right to access and copy the medical records, diagnostic tests and other documentation as it pertains to the care and treatment provided in the facility.