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Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Concurrent with the July 1998 hearing held by the Senate Special Committee on Aging, Pres. Clinton announced a series of initiatives intended to address many of the weaknesses that were identified in the quality of care for the nation's 1.6 million nursing home residents. This report assesses (1) progress in improving the detection of quality problems & changes in measured nursing home quality, (2) the status of efforts to strengthen states' complaint investigation processes & federal enforcement policies, & (3) additional steps taken at the federal level to improve oversight of states' quality assurance activities.Ochinko, Walter is the author of 'Nursing Homes Sustained Efforts Are Essential to Realize Potential of the Quality Initiatives' with ISBN 9780756708740 and ISBN 0756708745.
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