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Report unearths Kansas’ nursing domestic inspections defective

TOPEKA, Kan. – Officials on the Kansas kingdom company responsible for analyzing nursing homes say it did now not act efficaciously in reaction to problems uncovered in a federal authorities audit. The Office of Inspector General document estimated that the Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services failed in 2014 to affirm that 65 percent of the troubles located all through nursing domestic inspections have been corrected.

The Topeka Capital-Journal said that the office also decided that the state corporation was not noted to behavior inspections every 15 months, as it’s miles required to do. The record said the most protracted damage between checks changed into 18 months. The Office of Inspector General is submitting tips to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid that would exchange how all states cope with inspection reviews.

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