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News | State News expected to be cut by 3.25% cuts could lead to more nursing accepting applications for grant inspection standards. Sen. Betty on April 1 and possibly 10% home closures in the state, the funding for projects that can Boyd (d) sponsored the measure on July 1. Even more daunting, association said. be replicated in other facilities. (H.B. 1196). the daily rate could fall from Projects must have a continuing $129.18 to about $111. That was Fines build care grants and long-term beneficial effect Major Medicaid cuts sought approximately the level it was COlOrAdO—Money from on the quality of life of residents IdAHO—legislators have urged in 2005. nursing home fines has gener- in nursing facilities even when the state department of Health Oklahoma’s current Medicaid ated $200,000 in state grants additional grant funds are not and Welfare to eliminate $42 reimbursement rate is $129.18 that will be allocated to facilities available. Applications were due million in state funds from Med- a day, while the cost of care to improve care quality. by March 30. icaid’s budget for 2010 and 2011. is $146.66 a day, according to The Colorado Nursing Facil- The grants are funded fines The Joint Finance-Appropri- the Oklahoma Association of ity Culture Change Account- levied by the board against nurs- ations Committee, which sets ability Board last AM Page IN2L_Emma_island 3_10R:Layout 1 3/10/10 11:13month was 1 Health Care Providers. The ing homes that fail to meet state budgets for all state agencies, wants the department to look into paying healthcare provid- ers less and perhaps cutting patients’ benefits. An unrelated deal with hospi- tals would shave off $25 million. Emma. 92½. Alzheimer’s. Under the Hospital Assessment Act, hospitals would give $25 While many see Emma’s limitation of age, million to the Medicaid program. It’s Never 2 Late empowers her to live life That money will trigger a federal to its fullest. match of $100 million that will be used to pay hospital bills. At It’s Never 2 Late, we inspire human potential at any age. We build dignified Northeast entertainment and wellness computer systems that empower individuals to Antipsychotic use high connect, engage and enjoy life through MASSACHUSETTS—The rate the benefits of today’s technology, and of nursing home residents who we’ve been doing it longer than any receive antipsychotics off-label other company.
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