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Skilled nursing facility operators struggling to maintain margins as they cope with increased costs—especially labor costs, due to a shortage of nurses—soon may get hit with a federal minimum staffing requirement that could raise the cost of running the nation’s 15,500 nursing homes by as much as $10B per year.

The Biden Administration is preparing to impose minimum staffing requirements on nursing homes next year, the Washington Post reported this week.

Jack Rogers

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