February 28, 2022
“All people deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and to have access to quality medical care. The President is committed to ensuring that all Americans, including older Americans and people with disabilities, live in a society that is accessible, inclusive, and equitable. To accomplish that goal, the Administration continues to be committed to home and community-based services and ensuring that in no case should a health care facility be causing a patient harm.
The President believes we must improve the quality of our nursing homes so that seniors, people with disabilities, and others living in nursing homes get the reliable, high-quality care they deserve. That’s why he is announcing a set of reforms—developed by and implemented through the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)—that will improve the safety and quality of nursing home care, hold nursing homes accountable for the care they provide, and make the quality of care and facility ownership more transparent so that potential residents and their loved ones can make informed decisions about care. To do this, the reforms the President is announcing will ensure that….”
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The White House Source: FACT SHEET: Protecting Seniors by Improving Safety and Quality of Care in the Nation’s Nursing Homes – The White Househttps://www.whitehouse.gov/