Charlene Harrington, a UC San Francisco professor emerita, has researched nursing-home ownership for more that 30 years. “These (facilities) are micromanaged at the chain level,” Harrington said. “The problems usually exist throughout the chain.”
Charlene Harrington, a UC San Francisco professor emerita, has researched nursing-home ownership for more that 30 years. “These (facilities) are micromanaged at the chain level,” Harrington said. “The problems usually exist throughout the chain.” Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Charlene Harrington, a UC San Francisco professor emerita, has researched nursing-home ownership for more that 30 years. “These (facilities) are micromanaged at the chain level,” Harrington said. “The problems usually exist throughout the chain.” Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

Part 3: California falls short in disclosing nursing-home ownership

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