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S.F. No. 933 - Nursing Home Administrators Board of Examiners Provisions Modifications - As Proposed To Be Amended By The A-1
Author: Senator Karin Housley
Prepared By: Liam Monahan, Senate Analyst (651/296-1791)
Date: March 5, 2019


S.F. No. 933 changes the name of the Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators to the Board of Executives for Long Term Services and Supports, deletes obsolete language, imports existing licensing fees from Minnesota Rules, and makes the following substantive changes:

Section 3 (144A.23, clause 7) removes certain restrictions on the purpose and number of classroom hours permitted for courses designed to prepare individuals for licensing.

Section 4 (144A.26, subdivision 2) permits the Board to issue a new type of license known as a health services executive license.  In order to be issued a health services executive license, a person must be validated by a national organization and meet the minimum qualifications for all of the following: nursing home administrator, assisted living administrator, and a home and community-based service provider.

Section 5 (144.291) is the Board’s existing fee structure imported from Minnesota Rules, part 6400.6970, with the addition of a licensing fee for an initial health services executive license.

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