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Long Term Care Health Care Law

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HSM 4592

Credits
1
Delivery Method
Primarily online
Cost
Tuition | Fees
Terms
Resources

About This Course

The Minnesota Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators (BENHA) requires applicants for initial licensure (and those who are licensed in other states but do not meet Minnesota's regulatory requirements for experience or certification) to complete accredited post-secondary academic courses covering key competencies. HSM 4592 covers legal and regulatory issues, ethical perspectives, public policy advocacy, and professional reporting requirements related to the operation of long term care service delivery organizations. The following topics are covered:

  • Professional and biomedical ethics

  • Liability, negligence, and malpractice

  • Data confidentiality, privacy, and practices

  • Professional licensing, certification, and reporting for staff and consulting personnel

  • Advocacy for public policies

Sample textbook: Department of Health Nursing Home Rules. Minnesota's Bookstore,
117 University (Ford Bldg). St. Paul, MN 55155

Instructor

Rajean Moone
Rajean Moone
Faculty Director, Long Term Care Administration

PhD, social work; MS, gerontology; and BA, psychology, University of Minnesota

Rajean's experience includes working at the Minnesota state unit on aging and area agencies on aging, and leading Training to Serve and the Minnesota Leadership Council on Aging. He is currently the Faculty Director for Long Term Care Administration in the College of Continuing and Professional Studies and the Associate Director of Education for the Center for Healthy Aging & Innovation. Rajean is appointed to the Governor’s Council on an Age-Friendly Minnesota, the MN Association of Geriatrics Inspired Clinicians Board, and FamilyMeans Board. He is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America, a lifetime member of the Minnesota Gerontological Society, a McNair Scholar, and a Congressional/Health and Aging Policy Fellow. He also holds a Minnesota nursing home administrator’s license.

  • HSM 4572 – Gerontology and Geriatrics for Health Service Executives
  • HSM 4582 – Practicum in Long Term Care
  • HSM 4583/6583 – LTC Supports and Services
  • HSM 4584/6584 – LTC Health and Medical Needs
  • HSM 4585/6585 – LTC Organizational Management
  • HSM 4587/6587 – LTC Regulatory Management
  • HSM 4588/6588 – LTC Quality Management and Performance Improvement
  • HSM 4592/6592 – LTC Health Care Law
  • HSM 4593/6593 – Gerontology for Health Care Managers