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Kansas Nursing Homes cited for failing to prevent infections and failing to control infection spreadadmin
COVID 19 and concerns about infection prevention and control in Kansas Nursing Homes. 117 Kansas nursing homes were repeatedly cited for poor infection prevention and control long before the pandemic hit. Click here to review which facilities failed to meet important health safety infection control standards.
In the wake of the CoronaVirus epidemic, the elderly are among the most at risk. Extreme and unprecedented measures have been taken to stop the spread among older adults. KABC’s advocacy is needed now more than ever to assure that elder and family concerns have a strong public voice. Aging adults in the community are challenged to find adequate resources...
Each year, Kansas Advocates for Better Care (KABC) reviews performance of Kansas nursing facilities based upon on annual health safety inspections conducted by the State. KABC tracks and reports information on quality in long-term care as a public service. The following is a look at Kansas nursing facility performance trends – good and poor – in meeting federally and...
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.
On September 14, 2018 at the KABC Annual Caregiver Training, Pharmacist Tammy Willits provided a comprehensive presentation on psychotropic medications: medications that change how the brain processes information, such as altering mood, thoughts, perceptions, emotions, and behaviors.