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DOH Gives $1.5 Million to Long Term Care Quality Improvement

From a DOH press release yesterday:

Thirty-seven long-term care providers will share in $1.5 million in grants to improve the quality of the nursing home experience, State Health Commissioner Richard F. Daines, M.D., announced today. The Long-Term Care Quality Improvement Initiative supports projects that demonstrate sustainable improvements that benefit nursing home residents.

Read the press release here.

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