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RALNA Michigan Regulatory Update, July 17, 2022

Michigan Michigan is preparing to propose rules to clarify incident reporting for intentional or unintentional events, such as elopements and medication errors, that result in physical or emotional harm to residents in Homes for the Aged. The pre-proposed regulation has not yet been filed by the MI Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to the …

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RALNA Minnesota Legislative Update March 31, 2022

MINNESOTA Minnesota has proposed a funding appropriations bill in the house and senate that could provide substantial benefit to the assisted living community. The bill(s) would dedicate funds to support: COVID-19 testing and vaccination services to long-term care facilities, including assisted living and housing with services homes A nurse triage line to report COVID-19 test …

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RALNA New York Legislative Update March 22, 2022

NEW YORK If New York Senate Bill 8619 passes, residents of nursing homes or assisted living who sustained injuries or death during COVID will have a new time period for bringing claims. Statutes of limitations set a time limit on when claims can be asserted. Generally, statutes of limitations for personal injury start to run …

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RALNA Utah Legislative Update, March 16, 2022

UTAH In H.B. 39: State Construction Code Amendments, Utah amending various building codes from the International Code Council (ICC). This includes the International Fire Code and International Building Code, which have provisions that apply to the construction of residential assisted living homes. With these changes, Utah will strengthen the code requirements – especially those relating …

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