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Source: 2013 data from CMS, Minimum Data Set (MDS) 3.0 for Nursing Homes, Q1–Q3, 2013, accessed on Nursing Home Compare January 2014 (CMS, MDS 3.0 n.d.).  Percent of high-risk nursing home residents with pressure sores: Percent of long-stay nursing home residents impaired in bed mobility or transfer, comatose, or suffering malnutrition who have pressure sores (stage 2–4) on target assessment. 2014 data from CMS Minimum Data Set (MDS) 3.0 for Nursing Homes, Q1-Q4, 2014, Quality Measure QM403, State Averages, accessed on Nursing Home compare January 23, 2017 (CMS, MDS 3.0, n.d.). Available at https://data.medicare.gov/Nursing-Home-Compare/State-Averages/qt4r-6r7i.  Percent of long-stay nursing home residents impaired in bed mobility or transfer, comatose, or suffering malnutrition who have pressure sores (stage 2 -4) on target assessment.

Notes: These data come from Pressure Sores_LTSS_001

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