The Minnesota Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators (BENHA) licenses the administrators of nursing homes in the state. The board:
To become licensed as an administrator a person must meet board requirements and pass examinations to test knowledge of nursing home administration. To remain licensed, an administrator must meet continuing education requirements set by the board and practice in accord with federal and state laws, regulations and standards.
Minnesota has approximately 385 nursing homes that must be administered by persons licensed by BENHA. The board has about 850 licensees and issues about 50 new licenses each year.
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