Kansas Nursing Homes Health & Safety Inspection Trendsadmin2019-05-21T16:01:05-05:00
Kansas Nursing Homes Health & Safety Inspection Trends
Kansas Nursing Homes
2018 Good and Poor Performance Trends
Kansas Advocates for Better Care (KABC) annually releases information on performance trends in Kansas nursing facilities. KABC tracks and reports information on health and safety compliance in long-term care as a public service. The following is a review of Kansas nursing facility inspection performance trends – good and poor – in meeting defined health and care standards for older Kansans. To compile this list, KABC reviewed the past three health safety inspections for all 344 nursing facilities, long-term care units, and nursing facilities for mental health in the state. Facilities which did not meet the criteria for good or poor performance trends will not appear on the lists.
Many thanks to The Long-Term Care Community Coalition (LTCCC) in New York for providing this report on Kansas nursing homes. The LTCCC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving care and quality of life for residents in nursing homes and assisted living. For more information on nursing home quality and staffing, please visit their website: www.nursinghome411.org.
Kansas Advocates for Better Care (KABC) annually releases information on the performance of Kansas nursing facilities. KABC tracks and reports information on quality in long-term care as a public service. The following looks statewide at Kansas nursing facility performance trends – good and poor – in meeting defined health and care standards for older Kansans.
2016 Kansas Nursing Facilities with Poor Inspection Trends
2016 Nursing Homes poor performers Press Release
KABC provides citizens a listing annually of Kansas Nursing facilities which have been cited for 10 or more deficiencies of non-compliance with health and safety regulations during their three most recent inspections. The list provides a look-back at three inspection cycles (inspections occur every 12 to 15 months).
2016 Kansas Nursing Facilities with Positive Performance Trends
Kansas Advocates for Better Care (KABC) is releasing its annual listing of Kansas nursing facilities which consistently achieve significant compliance with health and safety regulations and have no or a low number of deficiencies cited during state inspections. The nursing facilities listed have five or fewer deficiencies for each of three annual inspection cycles. Health inspections are the only objective, external evaluation of a nursing facility provided by the state for the purpose of assuring the health and safety of adults who reside in them.