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5) Section Requirements 7210F--Notices When substandard quality of care is identified as (Rev.
Recommendation: To improve the SFF methodology's ability to identify the most poorly performing nursing homes, the Administrator of CMS should assign points to G-level deficiencies in substandard quality of care (SQC) areas equivalent to those additional points assigned to H- and I-level deficiencies in SQC areas.
The evaluations will document: * the number of skilled nursing homes that are complying with the state minimum staffing requirements; * the staffing levels maintained; * staffing retention rates; * the number of nursing homes with findings of immediate jeopardy, substandard quality of care, or actual harm to residents; * the number of state citations received by nursing homes; * the average wages and benefits paid to nursing home employees; and * in the follow-up report, the extent to which nursing home residents who expressed a preference to return to the community were able to do so.
In particular, the three key nutrition F-Tags under Quality of Care (F-325-327) that can result in citations for substandard quality of care and immediate jeopardy were cited more frequently on average during the period from 1999 to 2003 than in 1998.
Shaded boxes highlight deficiency ratings designated as constituting substandard quality of care.
Deficiencies in this regulatory grouping ate never cited as Substandard Quality of Care [SqoC].
Because none of these deficiencies were cited at an "F" level, constituting Substandard Quality of Care (SQC), the state survey agency will require a PoC but view a revisit as "discretionary"; i.
Substandard quality of care and immediate jeopardy scope/severity levels are also indicated.