A Kansas program aims to reward good nursing home care, but critics say poor oversight remains

“You want someone to cherish your loved one the way you do. That’s how it was initially, but that’s not how it was the last couple of years.”

A Kansas program that awards nursing homes millions of dollars for providing thoughtful care doesn’t weed out those with a history of deficiencies. Critics say it’s just one way the state fails to adequately regulate the long-term care industry.  Read the full story.


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