|Senate Counsel & Research||State of Minnesota|
|S.F. No. 1935 - Study on Licensing and Alternative Quality Assurance (The Delete-Everything Amendment)|
|Author:||Senator Sheila Kiscaden|
|Prepared by:||David Giel, Senate Research (296-7178)|
|Date:||April 11, 2005|
S.F. No. 1935 requires the Department of Human Services (DHS) to arrange for a study of statewide development and implementation of regional or local quality assurance models for disability services.
The study must include a review of current projects or models; must make findings regarding the best components, role, and function of such models within a statewide quality assurance system; and must include cost estimates and funding sources for regional and local quality assurance models on a statewide basis.
The study must be performed in consultation with a variety of interested parties listed in the bill.
DHS must submit the study by July 1, 2006, and proposed legislation for implementation of a statewide quality assurance system by December 15, 2006, to chairs of the appropriate legislative committees.
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