General Assembly passes creation of nursing home workforce standards advisory board

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY approved legislation that would establish a 13 member advisory board to keep state leaders informed on conditions of Rhode Island’s nursing homes. /PBN FILE PHOTO/CASSIUS SHUMAN

PROVIDENCE – The General Assembly approved legislation Thursday that would establish a 13-member advisory board to keep state leaders informed on the conditions of Rhode Island’s nursing homes. The bill sponsored by Sen. Bridget Valverde, D-North Kingstown, and Rep. Scott Slater, D-Providence, is meant to help state leaders understand the challenges nursing home staff face

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