The license holder must ensure that the content and format of service recipient, personnel, and program records are uniform, legible, and in compliance with the requirements of this chapter.
(a) The license holder must:
(1) maintain a record of current services provided to each person on the premises where the services are provided or coordinated; and
(b) The license holder must maintain the following information for each person:
(1) identifying information, including the person's name, date of birth, address, and telephone number;
(2) the name, address, and telephone number of the person's legal representative, if any, an emergency contact, the case manager, and family members or others as identified by the person or case manager;
(3) service information, including service initiation information, verification of the person's eligibility for services, and documentation verifying that services have been provided as identified in the service plan according to paragraph (a);
(4) health information, including medical history and allergies, and when the license holder is assigned responsibility for meeting the person's health needs according to section 245D.05:
(i) current orders for medication, treatments, or medical equipment;
(ii) medication administration procedures;
(iii) a medication administration record documenting the implementation of the medication administration procedures, including any agreements for administration of injectable medications by the license holder; and
(iv) a medical appointment schedule;
(5) the person's current service plan or that portion of the plan assigned to the license holder. When a person's case manager does not provide a current service plan, the license holder must make a written request to the case manager to provide a copy of the service plan and inform the person of the right to a current service plan and the right to appeal under section 256.045;
(6) a record of other service providers serving the person when the person's service plan identifies the need for coordination between the service providers that includes a contact person and telephone numbers, services being provided, and names of staff responsible for coordination;
(7) documentation of orientation to the service recipient rights according to section 245D.04, subdivision 1, and maltreatment reporting policies and procedures according to section 245A.65, subdivision 1, paragraph (c);
(8) copies of authorizations to handle a person's funds according to section 245D.06, subdivision 4, paragraph (a);
(9) documentation of complaints received and grievance resolution;
(10) incident reports required under section 245D.06, subdivision 1;
(11) copies of written reports regarding the person's status when requested according to section 245D.07, subdivision 3; and
(12) discharge summary, including service termination notice and related documentation, when applicable.
The license holder must ensure that the following people have access to the information in subdivision 1 in accordance with applicable state and federal law, regulation, or rule:
(1) the person, the person's legal representative, and anyone properly authorized by the person;
(2) the person's case manager;
(3) staff providing services to the person unless the information is not relevant to carrying out the service plan; and
(4) the county adult foster care licensor, when services are also licensed as adult foster care.
The license holder must maintain a personnel record of each employee, direct service volunteer, and subcontractor to document and verify staff qualifications, orientation, and training. For the purposes of this subdivision, the terms "staff" and "staff person" mean paid employee, direct service volunteer, or subcontractor. The personnel record must include:
(1) the staff person's date of hire, completed application, a position description signed by the staff person, documentation that the staff person meets the position requirements as determined by the license holder, the date of first supervised direct contact with a person served by the program, and the date of first unsupervised direct contact with a person served by the program;
(2) documentation of staff qualifications, orientation, training, and performance evaluations as required under section 245D.09, subdivisions 3, 4, and 5, including the date the training was completed, the number of hours per subject area, and the name and qualifications of the trainer or instructor; and
(3) a completed background study as required under chapter 245C.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes