Nursing home pay rule reveals CMS strategy on minimum staffing
Apr 13, 2022
If there’s one thing nursing home providers, consumer advocates and regulators can all agree on when it comes to the development of a federal minimum staffing rule, it might be just how difficult the...
Staffing requirements could cost NY facilities $325 million more
Mar 31, 2022
New York nursing homes would have to shell out an additional $325 million in order to meet a new minimum state staffing requirement set to be enforced starting Friday, according to a new analysis.
‘Adequate’ funding part of nursing home staffing minimum strategy, CMS chief says
Mar 10, 2022
Long-term care providers can expect some funding to help them meet the federal government’s planned minimum staffing requirement, according to the leader of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Also in the News for Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2021
Dec 22, 2021
Supreme Court justice rejects healthcare worker’s appeal of state vaccine mandate … Rhode Island nursing homes seek minimum staffing moratorium … 3rd Circuit Court sides with union in nursing homes’...
Consumer report reignites push for stricter nursing home staffing requirements
Dec 10, 2021
Consumer advocates are pushing Senate leaders to pass two staffing proposals — that providers have estimated would cost nursing homes $12 billion — after a new study found few states have implemented...
Unfinished business, unfunded mandates stress LTC provider groups as Build Back Better trudges along
Dec 08, 2021
A collection of worker advocates and long-term care provider associations Tuesday called on the Senate to adopt a House version of President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better plan — and add more funding...