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facilities

A general term for equipment including hardware, software and personnel. It typically refers to equipment in the telecommunications industry and may also include the building or office containing it.
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Facilities can choose to use a "layered notice," where this information is included on a summary page (or first layer) along with a summary of the resident's rights, then have a "second layer" that contains all of the elements required by the Privacy Rule.
Facilities can employ specific strategies to create a culture that values ongoing and meaningful risk reduction oversight.
with 71 hospitals and approximately 50 long-term care facilities in 19 states.
This contention might be especially true for older adults residing in long-term care facilities when considering the significant decrease in the quantity and, often, quality of a resident's contact with others.
4 million Colorado Health Facilities Authority hospital revenue bonds, series 2006 D-F.
Accusations, excuses and explanations abound, but what are the real problems facilities face?
Healthcare professionals who are working to provide and improve care and services for older adults living in nursing facilities are abuzz with talk of "culture change.
Section 142(a) lists the categories of exempt facility bonds, which includes bonds for solid waste disposal facilities under section 142(a)(6).
Long term care facilities seeking to discharge a resident against his or her wishes often find themselves caught between the Scylla of a resident's legal right not to be discharged and the Charybdis of the rights of other residents and staff.
Expenses for goods, services and facilities made available by the taxpayer to the general public.
Of all the respondents, 51 percent reported relocating facilities.

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