America’s “Best Nursing Homes 2023” highlights the nation’s top nursing homes based on performance data, peer recommendations, the handling of the current COVID-19 situation, relative to in-state competition and accreditation. Nursing homes in the 25 states with the highest number of facilities, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (2022) were included in the study.
- Included are single branches of nursing homes (e. g. Okeechobee Health Care Facility), no nursing home groups or chains.
- A nursing home had to have a capacity of at least 150 certified beds to be considered.
- Nursing homes that are included in the Special Focus Facility (SFF) program were not considered.
- Nursing homes had to achieve a threshold score, calculated by using performance data.
- Nursing homes had to meet defined selection criteria, based on their officially reported data regarding COVID-19.
Out of 11,722 nursing homes in the 25 considered states, 2,132 met the criteria described above. Of these, the best 475 Nursing Homes were awarded by Newsweek and Statista, resulting in a varying number of nursing homes awarded per state: California had the most nursing homes awarded with 44, while Kentucky and Louisiana are represented with 5 nursing homes each.
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