Happy new year, reader! Thank you for your new or continued support of our mission. This year, we are changing up the quarterly LTC Journal to deliver you more timely information on a monthly basis and to better keep you up to date about what’s happening at NursingHome411! If you haven’t already, be sure […]
The LTC Journal covers important long-term care issues by highlighting policy updates, news reports, and academic research. Topics in this edition include:
- Unsafe antipsychotic alternatives on the rise.
- Louisiana nursing home owner arrested for felony fraud and cruelty.
- RN staffing levels down 12% in 2021.
- Infection control compromised during pandemic.
Presenter: Ilene Henshaw PowerPoint Slides (PDF) LTCCC Policy Brief: Nursing Home Transparency LTCCC Policy Brief: NY’s Minimum Spending Ratio
Nursing Home Transparency: A Critical Tool to Improve the Quality of Nursing Home Care
Why is it so difficult to hold nursing homes accountable for providing the level of care for which they are being paid? How can it be […]
Program: Show Me the Numbers: How Transparency Can Improve the Quality of Nursing Home Care
Date: Tuesday, July 19, 1pm (ET)
Presenter: Ilene Henshaw
The NursingHome411 Podcast
On February 28, the White House announced important initiatives that can improve the care, quality of life, and dignity for millions of vulnerable nursing home residents, now and in the future. In a special two-part episode of The NursingHome411 Podcast, we talk about what these reforms will mean for nursing home […]
Last month the White house made a major announcement about nursing home reforms, perhaps the biggest news for nursing home residents in 35 years. In Part 1 of this two-part episode, Toby Edelman (Senior Policy Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy) and Richard Mollot (Executive Director, LTCCC) join the NursingHome411 Podcast to talk about the timeline […]
Download LTCCC’s recommendations for improving nursing home safety, dignity, and financial integrity or read the pdf below.
Download LTCC’s new policy brief, “LTC Medicaid Funding: Separating Fact from Fiction” or read directly from the document below.
*Document updated September 2023