Plaintiff filed medical malpractice suit after her son was refused voluntary admission to Defendant’s inpatient mental health program, as Defendant’s doctor did not view decedent as “a good candidate” for a program following decedent’s failure to follow through with a similar program nine months earlier. Plaintiff’s son committed suicide days later. The Minnesota Supreme Court held that Defendant had immunity for their good faith action in refusing decedent’s admission under the Minnesota Commitment & Treatment Act, Minn.Stat. § 253B.23, subd. 4 (2014), and that said immunity applies to both voluntary and involuntary admission decisions. Binkley v. Allina Health System, et al, 2016 WL 1358036 (Minn. April 6, 2016).