The selection of a nursing home can be critical: 39 percent of facilities have been cited by U.S. health inspectors over the past three years for harming a patient or operating in such a way that injuries are likely, government records show. Yet many case managers at hospitals do not share objective information or their own knowledge about nursing home quality.
The selection of a nursing home can be critical: 39 percent of facilities have been cited by U.S. health inspectors over the past three years for harming a patient or operating in such a way that injuries are likely, government records show. Yet many case managers at hospitals do not share objective information or their own knowledge about nursing home quality. Yakov Stavchansky TNS
The selection of a nursing home can be critical: 39 percent of facilities have been cited by U.S. health inspectors over the past three years for harming a patient or operating in such a way that injuries are likely, government records show. Yet many case managers at hospitals do not share objective information or their own knowledge about nursing home quality. Yakov Stavchansky TNS

Don't buy threats about a 'granny tax'

February 26, 2018 03:20 PM