A new study suggests nursing home managers may have a harder time finding patients who are sicker than their counterparts at other types of hospitals.

Researchers found that, for the third year in a row, fewer than 10% of nursing home care administrators were found to be sicker.

While this finding isn’t surprising, the findings suggest that the problem of low-quality nursing homes has been exacerbated by the lack of oversight at nursing homes.

Nursing home administrators have historically faced scrutiny from the federal government over the quality of their care, with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the National Institute of Nursing Health (NINH) focusing their attention on nursing homes and nursing home employees.

While the quality and quantity of care provided at nursing home facilities has improved over the past few years, the problem is far from resolved.

For this reason, a nursing home has been chosen as a place to work for the past three years, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

The study found that only 3% of the nursing home industry’s administrators were diagnosed with dementia.

This means that only 1.5% of registered nursing home operators are currently being monitored for the disease, according the study.

The study authors said that the nursing homes with the lowest levels of dementia-related activity were those that have experienced a shortage of nursing homes for years.

This study is notable in that it looked at the health and well-being of the registered nurse workforce, which includes registered nurses, certified nursing assistants (CNA), and home health aides (OHAs).

While this research may be interesting, the study is not enough to change nursing home health care management.

The number of registered nurses has fallen by nearly 60% since the late 1980s.

This is particularly troubling because, according a survey by the American Nurses Association (ANA), nursing home providers in the U.S. have seen a 40% decrease in nursing home utilization since 1980.

The lack of staffing for nurses has been a major cause of this decrease.

In addition, there are a lot of nursing facilities in the nation that are not meeting the needs of their residents, which have led to the need for better facilities.

“We don’t know how much better a nursing facility could be, but we do know that the workforce is better than it was in the 1980s,” said Kristin DeSantis, a senior health policy advisor for the Association of State Health Officials (ASHO).

“The lack of staff for nursing is really bad for our health care system.

And there’s a lot more that needs to be done.”

DeSantson, who is also a health policy consultant for the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, said the nursing workforce needs to have access to care in order to maintain quality of care.

“The health care workforce has had this ability for decades, but it’s been really lacking in recent years,” she said.

“There are many barriers to that access that need to be addressed.

The current lack of qualified staff, and the shortage of trained staff, is holding us back from the very best care.”

The study also found that the number of nursing staff members is declining at a rate of 20% per year, which is a major issue for the industry.

In response, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) launched the Nursing Career Resource Center (NCRC), which aims to improve nursing career placement and retention.

The AACN launched the NCRC to address this issue, and also aims to address the shortage in qualified nursing staff, who are needed for the nursing profession.

DeSantes agrees that the shortage is a huge issue for nursing.

“It’s definitely something we need to fix, and we’ve got to do something about it,” she told Business Insider.

“I think this is an opportunity for nursing to do what it does best.

It’s not just about nursing.

It is a profession that is at the forefront of the health care world.

If we can help the nursing community make better use of our best skills, and provide them with a better chance at a job, then we will all benefit.”

De Santis believes that nursing is the best career for someone with dementia, and that it will take the industry more than one survey to change this.

“Nursing is a very high paying profession, and there are many great opportunities to work in it, whether you are a nurse or a CNA,” she added.

“In a world where we are not providing our health professionals with the skills and knowledge they need, it’s important that nursing remains a profession where people can have access.”

De Santis also believes that, if the nursing industry can provide its employees with the support and resources they need to keep them healthy, the nursing job market will be even more competitive.

“If we can get more nursing homes that are able to keep their staffs and the nursing staffs in the best shape possible, then