What background screening findings disqualify an individual from employment in section 192.2495, RSMo?

The answer to this question depends upon the type of employer and the type of background screening finding identified:
  • An individual who has committed a specific type of felony conviction (crimes against persons) is disqualified from employment in a regulated nursing home, hospital or hospice.
  • An individual who is identified on the Employee Disqualification List maintained by the Department of Health and Senior Services is disqualified from employment in a regulated nursing home, hospital, home health agency, hospice, adult day care or by an in-home services provider under contract with the Department of Health and Senior Services or as an attendant through the consumer directed services program.
  • An individual who has a finding reported by the FCSR cannot be employed by a regulated home health agency or in-home services provider under contract with the Department of Health and Senior Services or as a consumer directed services program attendant. Findings reported by the FCSR include substantiated child abuse or neglect, open criminal record, sex offender registry, placement on the Department of Health and Senior Services Employee Disqualification List, placement on the Department of Mental Health’s Employee Disqualification Registry, or denial/revocation/suspension of a foster parent license or child care provider license.

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