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A Minnesota long-term care staffing agency has agreed to pay more than $400,000 in back wages and damages following allegations that it failed to pay almost 100 workers the correct ...
Long-term care providers would be required to install generators that can keep their air conditioning systems going for at least 96 hours under new legislation expected to be filed in the House this week.
Nurses working in the long-term care sector may feel isolated or excluded from other workers in the healthcare industry, new research suggests.