An illness that has a sudden onset from which the resident is expected to cover
LTC facilities can also be referred to as this
Illness that has a gradual onset. Theres no known cure but can be controlled
in a LTC facility, to find a problem through survey
medical facilities run by several specialist working in a corporation that deals with outpatients
regulates long term care facilities at the federal level
fines collected as a result of nursing home violations
A statement sent after a survey of something wrong found during the inspection
regulates LTC facilities on the state level
physicians determination of an illness
people who provide care to those with disabilities or impairments
sudden occurrence of a serious nature that demands immediate attention
an allegation of wrongdoings against a healthcare facility
also known as adult care homes
section of the DHSR
care that is provided in a persons home
compassionate care given to dying people and their families
care given in a facility for people who need 24 hour skilled care
treatment that includes drugs, diet, exercise and other non surgical means
a medical assistance program for people or are 65 or older, disabled, or have renal failure
information entered onto the health care personal registry about a healthcare personnel that the individual is under investigation
personal attendants who assist people with ADL
care for people with mental illness
care that is given by a specialist to help restore function after an illness or injury
a corrective measure of LTC facilities for noncompliance to federal and state nursing home rules
treatment of injury by manual and instrumental operations
inspector from the state who visits nursing homes to determine if it meets federal and state rules
a disease or condition that will eventually cause death
treating or fixing a medical problem

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