The gaps analysis study is one of four studies that inform the biennial legislative report on the status of long-term services and supports for older adults, people with disabilities and adults and children living with mental health conditions.
The Minnesota State Quality Assurance Council, in collaboration with DHS, exists to support a system of quality assurance and improvement of services for people with disabilities. The council works collaboratively with all affected parties to achieve measurable positive outcomes in health and welfare for persons with disabilities. The council is committed to a system that is person-directed, outcome-based, quality-driven and cost effective. Members include representatives from disability service recipients and their family members, disability advocacy groups, Region 10 Quality Assurance Commission, providers, county agencies, staff from the Ombudsman for
Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities and DHS. (Minnesota Statutes section 256B.097).
State Quality Council
P.O. Box 64967
St. Paul, MN 55164-0967