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Voices for Quality Care is a place for long-term care information, support, and solutions from the perspective of those who have been there. If you or your loved one are experiencing difficulty in obtaining the care you need, please call our Helpline. 

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  New in nursing home care:  Overdoses, bedsores, broken bones: What happened when a private-equity firm sought to care for  society’s most vulnerable:  Washington Post Business Section November 25, 2018: ManorCare bankruptcy Click here to read the Article 


Maryland

Voices for quality care issues a statement describing the neglect in state monitoring services for nursing homes and  assisted living facilities      The Voices for Quality Care Board of Directors and members are increasingly concerned regarding     the ability of state entities to effectively monitor the care and conditions in Maryland nursing homes and assisted living facilities.  Click here to read the Statement


Maryland & Washington, D.C.


SUCCESS!!   Voices for Quality Care in coordination with the Massachusetts Advocates for Nursing Home Reform and the services of an excellent Excel Visual Basic programmer have completed work on the payroll-based Nursing Home staffing project .  We are now able to post the spreadsheets with this information for each quarter for nursing homes in both Maryland and Washington, D.C.   Thanks to all who provided funding and assistance for this project!           View Spreadsheets

 

 


Voices for Quality care December, 2018 Newsletter      Click here to read  


What’s Happening…….

 

 Voices Advocate’s Handbook Now Available

 amazonsmile.com   

Paperback ($12.00),ebook ($4.99) This book is intended as a reference tool for people needing long- term care and their families, friends, and  advocates. It contains the identifying codes (F-Tags, F-540, etc.) for the new and reorganized federal regulations, selected Maryland and Washington DC laws & regulations, common acronyms, definitions, HIPAA regulations, and federal long-term care ombudsman regulations. Proceeds help to  provide funding for Voices for Quality Care.