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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Grassley, Charles E.
Hearing on the quality of care in nursing homes & the implementation of the Nursing Home Reform Act by the Health Care Financing Admin. Witnesses: Sen. Charles Grassley, John Breaux, Tim Hutchinson, Ron Wyden, Harry Reid, Evan Bayh, & Larry Craig; Gloria Cruz, a granddaughter who filed a formal complaint following the death of her grandmother regarding the care her grandmother received in a nursing home; Denise Bryant, a niece who filed a formal complaint following the death of her aunt regarding the care her aunt received in a Mich. nursing home; George Grob, Dep. Inspector Gen., HHS; & William Scanlon, Dir., Health Financing & Systems Issues, GAO.Grassley, Charles E. is the author of 'Residents at Risk? : Weaknesses Persist in Nursing Home Complaint Investigation and Enforcement; Congressional Hearing', published 2000 under ISBN 9780756701499 and ISBN 075670149X.
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