Guest Columns: The economics of sastisfaction in long-term care
Evidence-based research delivers new staff retention tools to nursing homes
Nursing homes that are bought and sold by corporate chains tend to provide a lower quality of care, according to research from Harvard Medical School released on Monday.
A new report from the U.S. Department of Justice asserts that South Dakota "unnecessarily" relies on nursing facilities to provide services and supports to people with disabilities, leaving them without home- or community-based care options.
A federal appeals court has upheld a $68,950 fine against a Texas nursing home penalized for the way it handled a resident's transfer to hospice care.