Results of Long-Term-Care Provider Administrator Survey
01/19/2012 | 1361 Requests *
The Affordable Care Act requires the Office of Inspector General to submit a report to Congress evaluating the law’s Nationwide Program for National & State Background Checks on Direct Patient Access Employees of Long Term-Care (LTC) Facilities within six months of the program’s completion. OIG recently conducted a survey of LTC provider administrators, & asked them about current practices regarding background checks on potential employees, & the effects of such programs on the LTC workforce.
- Report PDF (582K, 9 pages)
Caregiving; Long Term Services and Supports; background checks; long-term care providers; availability of prospective employees
Affordable Care Act (ACA), Aging Issues, Long-Term Care, Workforce/Direct Care
Data, Reports, Surveys
Office of Inspector General
Alaska, California, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico, Rhode Island, All States/Territories
Office of Insepctor General U.S. Deprartment of Health and Human Services
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* Reflects requests since January 1, 2007