Many question new ratings of nursing homes
About half of the nursing homes in Texas nursing homes received below-average scores under a new federal system that rates the quality of more than 15,000 facilities nationwide. The ratings were based on state health inspection reports, three years of complaint investigations, staff performance, and resident care. Some believe, however, that the ratings system is well-intended but misleading.
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