Staffing mandate worries nursing home operators

FINANCIAL WOES: Jennifer Romagnolo, administrator at Village House Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Newport, says she is concerned about the effects of a new minimum-staffing mandate state officials are drafting. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
FINANCIAL WOES: Jennifer Romagnolo, administrator at Village House Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Newport, says she is concerned about the effects of a new minimum-staffing mandate state officials are drafting. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
Jennifer Romagnolo is used to paying her bills on time – both in her personal life and in her role as administrator for the past 10 years at the Village House Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Newport. But like many long-term care facilities in Rhode Island, and the country, Village House is struggling to make…

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