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Elder Mistreatment Investigations Buried No More: 50 Reasons Why Elder Care IQ is Needed

Elder Voice's Eilon Caspi, PhD takes a deep dive into the need for the public to access mistreatment investigations.

The public’s ability to access completed mistreatment investigation reports on the website of the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) Office of Health Facility Complaints (OHFC) has been limited for many years. Elder Care IQ (launched on November 29, 2022), a free service established by Elder Voice Advocates, contributes to addressing this major gap by making these investigation reports more easily accessible at the care provider level. The web-based search tool allows anyone to learn about the regulatory history of assisted living residences, nursing homes, and home health care agencies across Minnesota. In doing so, Elder Care IQ serves as one among several means people can use to identify problematic and unsafe care providers.


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