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Staffing2022-08-17T16:42:47-04:00

Sufficient staffing is one of the most important indicators of a nursing home’s quality and safety. Unfortunately, inadequate nursing home staffing is a widespread and persistent problem. Some nursing homes provide good care, ensuring that their facilities have enough qualified staff. However, in the absence of limits on profits and administrative expenses, too many nursing homes fail to allocate the resources necessary to maintain sufficient staffing.

To help the public find out about nursing home staffing in our communities, LTCCC publishes, on a quarterly basis, information on staffing for every nursing home in the country (that is in compliance with federal staff reporting requirements).

 

LTCCC Alert: New Data Report Finds One in Six U.S. Nursing Homes is a “Problem Facility”

Quick links to staffing information for all licensed facilities in the U.S.

Nursing Home Staffing 2022 Q1
Nursing Home Staffing 2021 Q4
Nursing Home Staffing 2021 Q3
Nursing Home Staffing 2021 Q2
Nursing Home Staffing 2021 Q1
Nursing Home Staffing 2020 Q4
Nursing Home Staffing 2020 Q3
Nursing Home Staffing 2020 Q2
Nursing Home Staffing 2020 Q1
Nursing Home Staffing 2019 Q4
Nursing Home Staffing 2019 Q3
Nursing Home Staffing 2019 Q2
Nursing Home Staffing 2019 Q1
Nursing Home Staffing 2018 Q4
Nursing Home Staffing 2018 Q3
Nursing Home Staffing 2018 Q2
Nursing Home Staffing 2018 Q1
Nursing Home Staffing 2017 Q4
Nursing Home Staffing 2017 Q3
Nursing Home Staffing 2017 Q2
Link to Federal Database
Payroll-Based Staffing Data Technical Specifications

LTCCC Alert: Nursing Home Staff Turnover Above 50%

The following is an alert for the Q1 2022 staffing report. To access the report, click here. August 24, 2022 – Staff retention is essential for nursing homes to provide quality care for their [...]

August 24th, 2022|Media Alerts, News & Reports, Nursing Home Information, Staffing|

LTCCC Alert: RN Staffing Levels Drop 12% in 2021

The following is an alert for the Q4 2021 staffing report. To access the report, click here. June 9, 2022 – Registered nurses (RNs) serve a critical role in every nursing home staff. [...]

Webinar: It Starts With Staffing: Requirements and Recommendations for Providing Safe and Quality Nursing Home Care

Presenters: Richard Mollot (LTCCC), Sam Brooks (Consumer Voice), Lori Smetanka (Consumer Voice) PowerPoint Slides PT 1 (PDF) PowerPoint Slides PT 2 (PDF)

May 17th, 2022|Learning Center, LTCCC Webinars, Staffing|

Staffing Levels Fall 8% in Six Months

The following is an alert for the Q3 2021 staffing report. To access the report, click here. March 3, 2022 – Federal requirements mandate that nursing homes have sufficient staff, with the appropriate [...]

March 3rd, 2022|Media Alerts, News & Reports, Nursing Home Information, Staffing|

LTCCC Alert: 24-Hour Registered Nurses in Nursing Homes: Essential & Affordable

We cannot allow the safety of vulnerable residents to be hijacked by cynical soundbites from powerful & wealthy industry lobbyists. By definition, every licensed U.S. nursing home is required to provide [...]

LTCCC Alert: Nursing Home Staffing Levels Drop in Q2 2021

The following is an alert for the Q2 2021 staffing report. To access the report, click here. November 16, 2021 – Nursing homes with higher staffing levels are better equipped to meet their residents’ [...]

November 16th, 2021|Media Alerts, News & Reports, Nursing Home Information, Staffing|

LTCCC Alert: New Data Report Finds One in Six U.S. Nursing Homes is a “Problem Facility”

September 30, 2021 – The Long Term Care Community Coalition (LTCCC) regularly publishes data on key indicators relevant to nursing home care. Today, LTCCC is releasing a new report containing federal data on five-star [...]

LTCCC Alert: Most U.S. Nursing Homes Fell Short of Federal Staffing Threshold in Q1 2021

The following is an alert for the Q1 2021 staffing report. To access the report, click here.

August 5th, 2021|News & Reports, Nursing Home Information, Staffing|
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