Providers were bracing for the first federal minimum staffing proposal, the details of which could have broad implications for all nursing homes.
Providers, states grapple with billion-dollar needs ahead of federal staffing minimum
Nov 17, 2022
Provider organizations across the country are trying to pinpoint just how much of an investment they’ll need to meet
In ‘transition,’ CMS asks providers to weigh in on key rules
Oct 11, 2022
NASHVILLE, TN — Many providers renewed their concerns about staffing constraints, workforce retention and the survey process during a rare live forum with a top Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services...
Ask the Nursing Expert
Oct 07, 2022
Q: If we meet state-level staffing minimums, will we have sufficient staff under F725, Sufficient Nursing Staff?
CMS studying staff in SNFs
James M. Berklan
Sep 11, 2022
Federal contractors are heading into 75 nursing homes this fall to gather data needed to establish a first-ever federal minimum staffing mandate.
Ask the legal expert: What can we expect from a staffing minimum?
Sep 11, 2022
Q: What can we expect out of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ intention to issue new guidance on minimum staffing measures for nursing homes?
Provider legal woes mount as push for staffing minimums and accountability builds
Aug 10, 2022
Two embattled nursing homes were in court this week facing healthcare fraud charges in a case that might illustrate a potentially more fraught legal future for anyone caught trying to get around staffing...
CMS reveals differing opinions on minimum staffing approach
Aug 05, 2022
A study meant to underpin a new federal nursing home staffing minimum will last about seven months and end in December, a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services official said Thursday.