Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said he needed to further review the findings of a federal investigation of the state’s nursing home inspection system. The investigation found that state inspectors were requiring nursing homes to show evidence they had corrected problems in only about half of cases.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said he needed to further review the findings of a federal investigation of the state’s nursing home inspection system. The investigation found that state inspectors were requiring nursing homes to show evidence they had corrected problems in only about half of cases. John Hanna AP
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said he needed to further review the findings of a federal investigation of the state’s nursing home inspection system. The investigation found that state inspectors were requiring nursing homes to show evidence they had corrected problems in only about half of cases. John Hanna AP

Kansas nursing home inspectors didn’t follow up on half of problems found, report says

September 11, 2017 12:04 PM

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