Dr. Rachel Levine: Asymptomatic Employees Brought The Virus Into Long-Term Care FacilitiesMore than 1,300 long-term care facilities have finished universal baseline coronavirus testing by the state's Aug. 31 deadline.
How Coronavirus Ravaged America's Nursing Homes: 'We've Gone From Long Term Care To Carnage In Five Months'Nursing homes all over the country were ravaged by COVID-19. AARP's Elaine M. Ryan shares her thoughts on the failures in care that occurred for seniors and the future of nursing homes.
Trump Administration Announces New Requirements For Coronavirus Testing In Nursing HomesOn Tuesday, the Trump Administration announced a new requirement for coronavirus testing in nursing homes.
Brighton Rehab And Wellness Center Wouldn't Cooperate With Auditors Last SpringThe state's auditor general says Brighton Rehab and Wellness Center's then-managers refused to be audited last spring.
Health Secretary Signs Order Requiring Long-Term Care Facilities To Provide Staff Caring For Coronavirus Patients RespiratorsA new state order requires long-term care facilities to provide respirators to staff caring for coronavirus patients.
Local Family Says Their Loved One In Long-Term Care Is Dying From A Broken HeartRobert Polce said he’s very concerned about his mother, 91-year-old Rose Polce.
Call Centers Open As New Resource For Long-Term Care Facilities During Coronavirus PandemicThe Wolf administration has announced a new resource for long-term care facilities dealing with Coronavirus outbreaks.
5 Residents Of Concordia At Villa St. Joseph Test Positive For CoronavirusFive residents at a nursing home in Baden have tested positive for coronavirus.
'We Want Transparency': Healthcare Workers Protest In East Liberty, Demanding To Know Where Funds Sent To Nursing Homes Have GoneA group of healthcare workers is demanding transparency from officials about funds sent to nursing homes during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Ohio To Allow Nursing Home Outdoor Visits Starting July 20Outdoor visits will be allowed again at Ohio nursing homes beginning July 20.
Dr. Rachel Levine Defends Response To Coronavirus Outbreak Inside Nursing HomesPennsylvania’s health secretary on Friday defended her agency’s handling of the COVID-19 outbreak inside the nursing homes and personal care facilities.