In our report, we recommend that the Legislature should require a state entity—such as Health Planning, Public Health, or Health Care Services—to develop, implement, and maintain for consumers an online dashboard that includes at a minimum information about nursing facilities' net income and quality of care. The interactive tables below present financial health and quality-of-care information across the State for the three companies we reviewed and for the other nursing facilities in the industry from 2006 through 2015. Use the filters to view this information by individual nursing facility, county, legislative district, and year. For instructions on keyboard access, click here.
Sources: California State Auditor's analysis of cost report, deficiency, citation, and quality program data.
Scroll through the first table to view the desired facility's financial and quality-of-care information for the selected year. Facility information summarizes the following:
- Financial measures reported on the facility's final cost report for the selected year.
- Total number of citations and deficiencies that were issued to the facility while it was owned by the entity that submitted the final cost report.
- Quality program incentives score and nursing hours per patient day reported in the selected year, regardless of who owned the facility.
The remaining four tables summarize the following information for the desired entity:
- Financial information from all cost reports the entity submitted during the selected year.
- All citations and deficiencies issued to the entity during the selected year.
- The median score for quality program incentives and median nursing hours per patient day for those facilities that the entity owned for the entire quality program review period.
Note: We excluded citations that were dismissed or withdrawn. Per CMS guidance, we also excluded G deficiencies from our counts. Finally, skilled nursing facility data may include facilities that provide subacute care.