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JUL 29, 2015 - Washington Times

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Connecticut hoping to stave off possible nursing home strike

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration has been working in recent weeks to come up with a new state funding arrangement that could help fend off possible strikes at unionized nursing homes across the state. Office of Policy and Management Secretary Ben Barnes said state officials ...

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JUL 29, 2015 - Washington Times

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State working to stave off possible nursing home strike

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration is working to come up with a new state funding arrangement that could help fend off a possible nursing home strike. Ben Barnes, secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, said he's been meeting with union officials to find ...

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JUL 29, 2015 - Washington Times

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Navajo nursing home faces closure

GALLUP, N.M. (AP) - The Navajo Nation's only nursing home, which caters to nearly 80 elderly patients, is at risk of being shut down as the facility faces a hefty fine over safety code violations. The Gallup Independent reports (http://bit.ly/1MtJGQU ) that Chinle Nursing Home CEO, Wayne Claw, says they ...

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JUL 28, 2015 - Philadelphia Inquirer

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Chesco nurse charged with stealing drugs

A nurse was arrested Tuesday for stealing morphine and other drugs from the Chester County nursing home where she worked, police said.

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JUL 27, 2015 - Washington Times

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2 Topeka nursing homes, Washburn partner on internships

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Two Topeka nursing homes and Washburn University's School of Nursing are partners in a pilot program to improve care in nursing facilities. Topeka Presbyterian Manor and McCrite Plaza Health Center are the first two participants in the program with the Kansas Foundation for Medical Care. The ...

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