Editors' Blog: Nursing homes show quality improvement

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Editors' Blog: Nursing homes show quality improvement
Editors' Blog: Nursing homes show quality improvement
Since the Advancing Excellence campaign started two years ago, pressure ulcer prevalence, the use of restraints, and pain rates at participating nursing homes are better than or hover near the national average. That's progress. To read the entry, click here.
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