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AHCA FILES LAWSUIT TO DISMISS NURSING HOME STAFFING RULE
McKnight's LTC News, May 24, 2024
AHCA charges the May 10 rule "effects a baffling and unexplained departure from the agency's longstanding position" on nursing home staffing.

STAFFING RULE FINANCIAL PENALTIES COULD BE "EXISTENTIAL" CRISIS FOR NURSING HOMES
McKnight's LTC News, May 21, 2024
Exactly how or when any those penalties would be meted out, however, won't be detailed until closer to the implementation dates for the different components of the rule.

LONG-TERM CARE WORKERS GRAPPLE WITH TWICE THE "TOXIC STRESS" AS OTHERS
McKnight's LTC News, May 14, 2024
"The careforce is increasingly vulnerable to job pressures and organizational stressors..."

STAFFING MANDATE COSTS ESTIMATED AT $6.5 BILLION ANNUALLY
McKnight's LTC News, May 10, 2024
The report estimated that 94% of nursing homes will need to hire more staff to meet the mandate's requirements.

CMS SAYS NATIONAL NURSING HOME STAFFING CAMPAIGN IN THE PIPELINE, WITH MORE DETAILS THIS SUMMER
Skilled Nursing News, April 30, 2024
Dr. Dora Hughes, acting CMS Chief Medical Officer and acting director, mentioned the campaign at the end of a stakeholder call.


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