Nursing Homes Need Improved Emergency Plans, But Who Will Verify Them?

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The Agency for Health Care Administration, which regulates hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living facilities, sets criteria for the emergency management plans that long-term care facilities must submit yearly to their respective counties. It falls to county emergency management offices to review and approve those plans. But in most counties, verifying those plans is little more than a paper check that confirms the plan contains the components mapped out by AHCA.

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