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October 24, 2016

Posted  November 15, 2016

Daybreak Partners, LLC, a holding company for a number of subsidiaries that operate and manage skilled nursing facilities throughout Texas, agreed to pay $5.3 million to resolve allegations that they billed Medicare and Medicaid for materially substandard nursing services.  Specifically, the government alleged that skilled nursing services provided at four nursing facilities Daybreak owned and managed (Deerings Nursing and Rehabilitation, L.P., Mansfield Nursing and Rehabilitation, L.P., Marine Creek Nursing and Rehabilitation, L.P. and Mineral Wells Nursing and Rehabilitation, L.P.) were materially substandard and/or worthless because Daybreak: (i) failed to follow appropriate fall protocols; (ii) failed to follow appropriate pressure ulcer and infection control protocols; (iii) failed to properly administer medications; (iv) failed to follow doctors’ orders; (v) failed to provide appropriate mental health treatment; (vi) failed to answer several residents’ call lights promptly; (vii) failed to institute appropriate infection control measures; (viii) failed to provide a habitable living environment, adequate equipment, and needed capital expenditures; and (ix) failed to investigate and report serious incidents to appropriate authorities on several occasions.  DOJ (NDTX)


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