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Facility

A loan extended by a bank to a business in need of operating capital. This may take several forms, from a short-term loan to a line of credit. Different banks have different facility plans for their clients who own or run businesses. See also: Debt financing.
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The two research questions that guided this study were: a) What are the differences in UI attitude and knowledge between RNs, LPNs, and certified nursing assistants (CNAs); and b) are there changes in attitude and knowledge about UI among nursing care staff after educational in-services and the placement and utilization of a bladder ultrasound scanner in a skilled nursing facility?
The primary care physician claimed that she wasn't responsible for monitoring the warfarin after the patient was discharged from the skilled nursing facility.
"While a skilled nursing facility acquisition with HUD can often be challenging due to extended timelines, we were able to work closely with SentosaCare and the seller to close in a timely fashion and realize the benefits of long-term, low rate FHA financing," said Betsy Vartanian, head of Greystone's FHA healthcare lending team at Greystone.
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* the relationship between the skilled nursing facility and the physician must be covered by a written, signed agreement covering at least one year of service.
Had either of these men resided in a skilled nursing facility with the same medical conditions and outcomes, how would the care they received have been judged?
A resident eats her meal with assistance at a skilled nursing facility in Wisconsin.
The 404-bed skilled nursing facility consists of two connected buildings situated on nine acres.
Jan Olson, a retired director of nursing in long term care said that to be considered a skilled nursing facility it "must provide more than just custodial care." It should provide "monitoring of the patient after medications are administered, wound care and far more intensive care than a short-term care facility would.
* "How will cost-sharing work for nursing home residents who are not on Medicaid and who do not [qualify] for Medicare's skilled nursing facility benefit?
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One of the most affluent residential communities in the New York Metropolitan area, Southport Manor is an upscale 45,984 s/f, 140-bed skilled nursing facility.