In order for positive change to be implemented at nursing homes, facilities must identify existing problems and create a plan to rectify them. In an ideal world, deficiencies would be nipped in the bud—before the lapses translate into real problems for patients.
While I’m sure some issues are indeed identified and remedied preemptively, my experience is that most nursing homes are hesitant to implement any meaningful change as it generally means that the facility must invest time and money into the modifications—thereby having an immediate reduction in the ever important profits.
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