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Arizona Nursing Homes, Most Recent Room Rates, 2009

Compare 2009 nursing home rates (average cost) in Arizona. Although information is in Excel file format and difficult to view, it gives consumers an idea of prices, including room rates for Medicare (SNF), Private Pay and Alzheimer's care. Some AZ facilities show prices for Physical Therapy (PT), OT, and Speech Therapy; wheelchairs, trapeze bars, personal laundry, oxygen tanks, transportation charges. Pricing starts on line 34

Florida Nursing Home Guide - 2012 (AHCA)  Editor's Pick

Search by Region to find state inspection reports on FL nursing homes. Guide shows who gets a 5-star rating and inspection details. Contains Watch List for bankrupt or conditional status facilities (a large number). Shows the few Gold Seal care centers for excellent care facilities. Consumers can also learn about cost (lowest daily charge), and Web link to the facility. Clear, simple presentation with a font size you can read. Information is current; site by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. Nicely done

Illinois Nursing Homes - Survey Inspections and Average Room Rates (Prices)

After selecting the nursing home you're interested in, click on the Surveys or Private Payment Rates on the far RIGHT of the nursing home screen to find information on inspection survey results, complaint investigations and prices charged for single or double room. Prices shown in November 2012 still reflected old Dec. 31, 2006 rates. Additional information about staffing, ownership, types of residents can be found here. Site by IL Department of Public Health

Minnesota Nursing Home Daily Rates

MN nursing home report card shows average daily rates for nursing home care. Search by county or city. Shows a (complicated) table of prices for 50 Case Mix classifications for each nursing home. Unable to locate a sheet of definitions at the site. By MN Dept. of Human Services. Implied current prices. Information on each nursing home is in the overall Report Card

North Dakota Nursing Home Daily Rates, 2011 (pdf)

Average Daily Charges for each nursing facility listed in the 2011 Edition from the ND state health dept. Consumers who are not familiar with the complicated Case Mix Rate System that professionals use, might look at the last two columns labeled Range - Low, High, to get an idea of average cost, and ignore the other 34 columns of data. It might be easier to call the nursing homes you are interested in, and ask them for specific price information. Statewide average was $160 to $372 per day. List of nursing home administrators and directors of nursing, plus descriptions of the case mix categories are in the back of the document; over 50 pages

Ohio - Compare Long-Term Care Facility Quality Ratings & Cost  Editor's Pick

State government site (ohio.gov) with side-by-side comparisons of OH nursing homes. Shows family and resident satisfaction, detailed inspection survey reports, and the cost for private pay (rate per day). Easy to navigate. Has 13 specialty categories to make your search easier - such as Alzheimer's care, dialysis, skin & wound care, spinal cord injury, TBI, or ventilator care. Links also provided to Assisted Living and Home Health searches in Ohio. Includes 2010 inspections

Virginia Nursing Facilities - Financial Information, Prices, Quality

Financial information, some with prices (daily or monthly rates) for Nursing homes and assisted living facilities, grouped by region. Some have links to Quality reports, and may be updated to 2010, but dates vary. Site by Virginia Health Information

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South Carolina - Average Medicaid Payments for Health Care Services - 2007

SC Department of Health & Human Services shows how much the state paid for Medicaid costs, by type of service. Average amount paid per visit (July 2006 to June 2007) is shown statewide for Inpatient Hospital Services ($7500), Clinics ($1168), Nursing Home Facilities ($25,403), Pharmacy, Physicians, Dentists ($266), DME and more. Consumers can also compare what each provider was paid, by clicking on SELECT, although services may differ among Medicaid patients. Full charges (prices) are NOT shown. Medicaid Transparency Reporting project has very slow response time; 2007 latest available as of March 2011

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