Families for Better Care (FFBC) announced today that nursing home enforcement is failing residents in far too many states.
Florida lawmakers are promising to shore up nursing laws to prevent another Hurricane Irma tragedy, but recent history shows that well-intentioned legislative fixes to safeguard residents often fall short of their intended goal.
Several Florida nursing homes were sanctioned by the Agency for Health Care Administration this week for violations that occurred over the past several months.
Florida regulators unearth frightening negligence at Miami assisted living.
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently updated its Special Focus Facility list to expose those nursing homes across America which are repeatedly beleaguered with “serious problems.”
Families for Better Care (FFBC) announced today the expansion of the organization’s advocacy into Texas by relocating its base of operations to Austin.
Families for Better Care today announced that two Florida nursing homes were recently added to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Special Focus Facility list—a federal watch list for nursing homes with a “history of serious quality issues.”
Florida’s newly developed Assisted Living Comparison Tool will shine the light on Florida’s good assisted living operators and shamefully expose those who mistreat residents.
A North Miami nursing home’s licensure status remains uncertain following a recent bout of alleged criminal activity by its owners.
Today, Brian Lee, Executive Director of Families for Better Care, applauded Governor Greg Abbott for signing Senate Bill 304 into law, calling passage of the commonly referred “nursing home three strikes you’re out” bill a “great step forward” for residents.