By The Associated PressThe ratings on nursing homes across the United States are in and here’s why.
The AP analyzed the nursing homes rated on five key health indicators, such as occupancy rates, medical quality, patient safety and quality of life, to find out how well the hospitals and nursing homes were performing.
In a recent report, the AP found that the average rating for nursing homes was 8.3, the lowest in the country.
The average rating of nursing homes in the state of Minnesota was 10.5.
A nursing home is a privately owned facility with a capacity of less than 50 patients.
In the past, the ratings have been a barometer of care quality, with the nursing home being rated based on factors such as nursing home quality, nursing home occupancy rates and nursing home medical quality.
The nursing home industry has long been a source of controversy in the United Kingdom, where some argue that nursing homes can be unsafe.
In response, the British government has been trying to change the way the industry operates.
In the U.S., nursing homes have seen an increase in complaints over the past several years.
In 2015, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a report that highlighted nursing home overcrowding and nursing residents’ safety issues.
In its latest report, HHS found that at least 23 percent of the nursing facilities in the U,S.
were rated as unsafe, which is about 1 in 4 nursing homes nationwide.