Skilled Nursing News April 13, 2022
Alex Zorn

As the White House looks to hold nursing homes more accountable for the care they provide, signaling out private equity ownership as part of the problem, the Government Accountability Office is reportedly expected to release a report in the fall detailing its ongoing investigation into nursing home ownership.

The investigation, in part, surrounds how much private equity ownership there is in the space, according to a Kaiser Health News report.

Chuck Young, GAO managing director of public affairs, told KHN that the full scope of the report has not been set yet, however, it will likely be focused on the data the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has about nursing home ownership and how the agency uses that information.


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