4 edition of The National Nursing Home Survey (June 2002): 1999 Summary (Vital and Health Statistics) found in the catalog.
The National Nursing Home Survey (June 2002): 1999 Summary (Vital and Health Statistics)
June 18, 2002
by National Center for Health Statistics
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||122|
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The National Nursing Home Survey: summary. [National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.);] NATIONAL CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS. Vital and Health Statistics. Series 3, Number February U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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This survey is designed specifically for nursing home providers and other staff and asks for their opinions about the culture of patient safety and healthcare quality in their nursing :// National Nursing Workforce Study.
This study represents a national, randomized survey ofRegistered Nurses (RNs) andLicensed Practical/Vocational Nurses (LPN/VNs). Data were collected between August 28and Janu Participants were able to submit their responses via mail or online until the survey The Survey Book.
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The annualized turnover rate is found to be the highest among certified nursing assistants at %, followed by registered nurses at %, and licensed practical nurses at %.
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This stimulated the growth of voluntary and proprietary nursing homes. By the time of the first national survey of nursing homes inthere were 9, homes classified as skilled nursing or personal care homes with skilled nursing facilities; 86 percent were proprietary, 10 percent were voluntary, and 4 percent were public Medication data were collected in the National Nursing Home Survey.
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Easy navigation by F-tag or topic. Bookmarked by section and F-tag. Table of Contents with quick links to each section of the manual.
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Availability of Survey Findings: The survey findings of facilities surveyed under the new survey process will be published on Nursing Home Compare, but will not be incorporated into calculations for the Five-Star Quality Rating System for 12 months. CMS will add indicators to Nursing Home Compare that summarize survey findings.
•.Silver Book References National Nursing Home Survey: current resident tables. Silver Book reference National Nursing Home Survey: current resident tables No results to display In% of nursing home residents 65 years of age and older had a primary diagnosis of cardiovascular disease when admitted.
This was the highest.The National Nursing Home Survey is used as the primary source of data. The annualized turnover rate is found to be the highest among certified nursing assistants at %, followed by registered nurses at %, and licensed practical nurses at %.