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Subdivision 1. Appropriateness and quality. Until the date of implementation of the revised case mix system based on the minimum data set, the commissioner of health shall assess the appropriateness and quality of care and services furnished to private paying residents in nursing homes and boarding care homes that are certified for participation in the medical assistance program under United States Code, title 42, sections 1396-1396p. These assessments shall be conducted until the date of implementation of the revised case mix system with the exception of provisions requiring recommendations for changes in the level of care provided to the private paying residents.
Subd. 2. Access to data. With the exception of summary data, data on individuals that is collected, maintained, used, or disseminated by the commissioner of health under subdivision 1 is private data on individuals and shall not be disclosed to others except:
(1) under section 13.05;
(2) under a valid court order;
(3) to the nursing home or boarding care home in which the individual resided at the time the assessment was completed;
(4) to the commissioner of human services; or
(5) to county home care staff for the purpose of assisting the individual to be discharged from a nursing home or boarding care home and returned to the community.
Subds. 3, 3a. Repealed by Laws 1998, c. 407, art. 4, § 69.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Minnesota Statutes Health (Ch. 144-159) § 144.0721. Assessments of care and services to nursing home residents - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mn/health-ch-144-159/mn-st-sect-144-0721.html
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