standard survey

standard survey (of nursing home care)

A regularly scheduled, on-site federal investigation of the quality of care provided in a nursing home The survey assesses compliance with rules promulgated by Medicaid and Medicare.
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The committee was informed that after international standard survey the report would be shared with the committee for selection of suitable location for the new airport in Peshawar.
Based upon my review of the methodology and in comparing it to standard survey sampling procedures, it is my considered opinion that the methodology used to create this sample conforms to the standard practices of competent survey research.
Clients must use Quantum Workplace's 37 standard survey items and have 50 or more employees to be eligible.
She is an accredited investment fiduciary (AIF), founder of the consulting firm FiduciaryPath LLC and the longtime editor of the fi360 Fiduciary Standard Survey, which measures the fiduciary-related attitudes and activities of employee brokers, independent contractor registered reps, "hybrid" advisors and RIAs.
Most modern slavery is not visible to the general public, and victims may not be easy to identify using standard survey methods.
AIF you are having a mortgage the lender will request a standard survey to be carried out on the property.
Specialists in the methodology of social research, Gobo and Mauceri aim to recover the original spirit of the survey and the teachings of its pioneers, which they find to have been gradually and increasingly marginalized under a Standard Survey Approach (SSA) that has ended up producing an oversimplified model of inquiry that makes it particularly vulnerable from both methodological and substantive perspectives.
A Nursing Standard survey of more than 1,200 nurses and healthcare assistants found more than half have taken on extra shifts to boost their income while one in 10 has a second job outside nursing.
In statistical terms, these measures of government efficiency are highly correlated with per capita income and a country's human capital, similar to more standard survey measures.
The Nursing Standard survey also found thousands wait more than six hours to see a doctor.
This is a strong addition to the New Edinburgh History of Scotland series and worthy successor to Harvie's seminal work, one that will serve as the standard survey on twentieth-century Scotland for decades to come.
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