An illness with sudden onset from which the resident is expected to recover
continuing care retirement facility
sudden occurrence of a serious and urgent nature that demands immediate attention
health care personnel registry
pertaining to the science of treatment that includes drugs, diet, exercise, and other non-surgical means
medical assistance program for low-income people. funded by federal gov and each state.
federal healthcare insurance program established in 1965 for people aged 65 or older and people with permanent kidney failure or certain disabilities
care for persons with mental illness and disorders
care that helps restore a person to the highest possible level of functioning, independence, control and adaption to a disability
A corrective measure of LTCs for noncompliance to federal and state nursing home laws and rules
pertaining to the treatment of injury, deformity, and disease by manual and instrumental operations
an illness from which the resident is not expected to recover and will die
treating or fixing a medical or surgical problem
homes for the aged license
To find a problem in a LTC facility through a survey done by an inspection team from the state
Medical facilities run by several specialists working in cooperation associated with a hospital or medical school that deals with outpatients.
civil money penalty
centers for medicare and medicaid services
department of health service regulation
Identification of a medical condition as determined by a physician.
a determination by the Department that an allegation of patient abuse or neglect, or misappropriation of patient property has been sustained
Care give in facilities or homes for people who have less than six months to live. Goals are comfort and dignity.
Facilities staffed by physicians, nurses, and support staff who provide inpatient care to those who need close monitoring and treatment and outpatient care for those who need treatment but not close monitoring.
Facilities where 24-hour supervised nursing care is given to residents needing a high level of care for ongoing conditions.
Inspector from the state who visits nursing homes to determine if the nursing home meets federal and state rules.

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