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Nursing Homes: Complaint Investigation Processes Often Inadequate to Protect Residents
Nursing Homes: Complaint Investigation Processes Often Inadequate to Protect Residents
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1999
Pages: 77
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788186442

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William J. Scanlon (ed). Assesses the effectiveness of: (1) state complaint investigation (CI) practices as a component of the system to ensure sustained compliance with federal nursing home quality-of-care standards, & (2) the Health Care Financing Admin.’s (HCFA) role in establishing standards & conducting oversight of states’  (CI) practices & in using info. about the results of CI to ensure compliance with nursing home standards. Complaint investigation practices were assessed in Maryland, Michigan, & Wash. State; state auditors’ reports from 11 other states were examined; & HCFA’s policies & procedures for overseeing state CI activities were also examined. Charts & tables.

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