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Reuters 
Nursing Home Complaint Center Encourages Family Members of Texas Nursing Home Abuse Victims Who Suffered Septic Shock to Call the Hotze Runkle Law Firm

WASHINGTONAug. 25, 2014 PRNewswire

 

-- The Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging family members whose loved one now has sepsis, or septic shock, because of neglect at a nursing home anywhere in the state of Texas to call the Austin based law firm of Hotze Runkle at
 877-919-0830 for their possible help, and assistance, or to contact the law firm via their web site at http://HotzeRunkle.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "If you have a loved one, who developed sepsis, or septic shock while they were a patient at a Texas nursing home, a rehab center, or a skilled nursing facility we are urging the family to immediately call the Austin based law firm Hotze Runkle at 877-919-0830. We consider sepsis, or septic shock to be preventable, and tragically these medical conditions frequently also involve what could be a wrongful death.  

"Many families do not understand that sepsis, or septic shock can be prevented. Like we said, in many cases we may be talking about a family mourning the loss of a loved one, who initially developed sepsis, or septic shock at a nursing home in Texas, the person was rushed to a local hospital, and the family member has died.

"If sepsis, or septic shock has happened to a family member, who was a patient at a nursing home, skilled nursing facility, or a rehab center anywhere in the state of Texas please call the law firm of Hotze Runkle." http://HotzeRunkle.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center wants to emphasize the law firm of Hotze Runkle can help victims of severe nursing home neglect such as sepsis, septic shock, or a potential wrongful death anywhere in the state of Texas, including Dallas, Houston, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, AmarilloLaredo or any other city, or town in the Lone Star State.

A little about the Hotze Runkle law firm from the Nursing Home Complaint Center:  According toHotze Runkle, "Nursing home abuse is a problem that needs to be addressed directly, and legal action is often the only way to ensure that justice is served in these situations. If your loved one has been the victim of nursing home abuse in Texas, the attorneys at Hotze Runkle, understand how devastating it can be to try to deal with the consequences on your own, and we work on behalf of victims and their families to see that nursing homes are held accountable for instances of abuse and negligence."

For more information about Hotze Runkle please call their toll free number at 877-919-0830, or visit their web site at http://HotzeRunkle.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is a national advocate focused on nursing home, or rehab center patients that have been diagnosed with sepsis, septic shock, and or pressure sores/pressure ulcers. Again, the Nursing Home Complaint Center is encouraging the adult children of a nursing home patient, who is now either dead, or in a hospital ICU to ask the attending physician at the hospital if sepsis, or septic shock is indicated? If the answer from the physician is yes-please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466.http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com


 

 
 Reuters 
 
Nursing Home Complaint Center Endorses The Hotze Runkle Law Firm in Helping Texas-area Family Members of Septic Shock Victims

July 29, 2014 

 

 

 

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is strongly encouraging the family members of a victim of sepsis, or septic shock that occurred because of negligence in a nursing home anywhere in the state of Texas to call the law firm ofHotze Runkle at 877-919-0830 for their possible help, and assistance, or to contact the law firm via their web site at http://HotzeRunkle.Com

 

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We are urging family members of a loved one who has developed sepsis, or septic shock in a nursing home anywhere in the state of Texas to contact the law firm of Hotze Runkle at 877-919-0830. We also need to emphasize to family members we are also urging them to call Hotze Runkle if their family member has recently died because of sepsis, or septic shock that started in a nursing home, a skilled nursing facility, or a rehab center anywhere in Texas including HoustonDallasFort WorthSan AntonioAustinEl Paso,Amarillo, or any other city, or town in the state.

"When we talk to family members about their loved one who developed sepsis, or septic shock in a nursing home, a rehab center, or a skilled nursing facility in most instances the family does not realize the sepsis, or septic shock developed because of negligence on the part of the staff. More specifically, we are talking about a wrongful death." http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

A little about the Hotze Runkle law firm from the Nursing Home Complaint Center:   
The Austin, Texas based law firm of Hotze Runkle, is committed to helping those who have suffered harm at the hands of others at a nursing home, skilled nursing facility, or a rehab center. They understand the types of challenges that injury victims and their families often have to face, and they make every effort to ensure they provide their clients with the dedicated, aggressive legal representation they deserve in order to effectively pursue justice. For more information aboutHotze Runkle please call their toll free number at 877-919-0830, or visit their web site athttp://HotzeRunkle.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is focused on nursing home, or rehab center patients that have been diagnosed with sepsis, septic shock, and or pressure sores/pressure ulcers. Again, the Nursing Home Complaint Center is encouraging the adult children of a nursing home patient, who is now either dead, or in a hospital ICU to ask the attending physician at the hospital if sepsis, of septic shock is indicated? If the answer from the physician is yes-please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at866-714-6466http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

 


 

Boston Globe 
Nursing Home Complaint Center Launches Initiative for AV Rated Lawyers to Assist in Nursing Home Neglect Cases
AV rated elder abuse attorneys in every state are invited by the Nursing Home Complaint Center to carry out their mission of helping families of those who died from neglect in nursing homes

 

July 15, 2014 

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is inviting AV rated elder abuse attorneys in each state to join in their initiative to address our nation's severe issue with nursing home, or rehab facility patients dying, because the care providers in these types of facilities failed to properly maintain, or clean their patient, and as a result the patient needlessly developed sepsis, or septic shock. For more information, AV rated elder abuse attorneys in any state, who share the same passion as the Nursing Home Complaint Center are urged to contact the group via their web site. http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is the best branded source in the nation for nursing homes, and sepsis, and or wrongful death related to sepsis, or septic shock. The group is now urging AV rated elder abuse attorneys to join them in a robust state specific, and national effort to identify victims, or a victim's family members.

In most instances the group is aware of, they are talking about a needless, and or wrongful death caused by sepsis, or septic shock in one of our nation's nursing homes, or a rehab facility.http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Each week on average we get one, or two calls from family members whose loved one died from sepsis, or septic shock as a result a negligence on the part of a nursing home, or rehab facility. Last week we had five. As a result of this we are now urging AV rated elder abuse attorneys in each state, who are accomplished trial attorneys to join us in a national, and state specific initiative to identify these victims, and to get justice for the victim, and their family members. 

"Most family members who call us want a phone number for a state agency to complain to, they don't understand what sepsis, or septic shock is, nor do they typically understand they are calling us about a wrongful death. We want to change this, but we can only do this if we have at least one, or more preferably two extremely talented AV rated elder abuse attorneys, or law firms in each state on board to help us do the right thing for these victims, and their family members."

When the Nursing Home Complaint Center says they want at least one participating AV rated elder abuse attorney in each state to join them, they literally mean every state, includingCaliforniaNew YorkFloridaTexasMassachusettsMarylandVirginiaOhioPennsylvania,West VirginiaTennesseeNorth CarolinaGeorgiaAlabamaLouisianaOklahomaMissouri,MichiganIowaIndianaIllinoisWisconsinMinnesotaSouth DakotaMontanaWyoming,NebraskaKansasColoradoNew MexicoUtahArizonaNevada, IdahoOregonWashington, and Alaska.

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is also talking about victims of sepsis, or septic shock in our nation's biggest cities, such as New York, Miami, Atlanta, Boston, Baltimore, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Chicago, Indianapolis, Saint Louis, Memphis, New Orleans, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Minneapolis Saint Paul, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, or Seattle, and every other city in the nation. The group believes some of the worst elder abuse related to sepsis, or septic shock happens in suburban, or rural nursing homes, or rehab facilities.

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Our initiative will be expensive for us, and participating AV rated elder abuse attorneys, or law firms that participate will be required to pay a fee for our initiative that is both national in scope, and state specific, which we think is incredibly vital.

"The initiative will include branding specific participating AV rated elder abuse attorneys with a targeted national, and state specific press releases that have been designed to increase public awareness of wrongful deaths, in our nation's nursing homes, or rehab facilities that are needlessly caused by sepsis, or septic shock." For more information, interested AV rated elder abuse attorneys can call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or they are encouraged to contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

 

 


 
Reuters 
 

Nursing Home Complaint Center Draws Attention to Needless Deaths Resulting from Sepsis or Septic Shock After a Stay in a Healthcare Facility

New initiative seeks to secure justice for families who have lost a loved one due to neglect at healthcare institutions

April 3, 2014
 
The Nursing Home Complaint Center believes that, based on the calls they receive from family members, needless deaths caused by sepsis, or septic shock, is a much bigger problem than anyone knows. If a family is mourning the loss of a loved one who died from sepsis, or septic shock, after a stay in a nursing home, a rehab center, or a skilled nursing facility, family members are urged to contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466.http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com
 

"Typically a conversation with a family member that calls us starts with an enraged emergency room doctor has just told us their mom, or dad has sepsis, and it was never treated at a nursing home, or a rehab center, and now the person is in the ICU of a hospital, or they are now being given the last rights. To us at the Nursing Home Complaint Center these individuals with sepsis, or septic shock, are most often victims of extreme negligence, and we want to hear from families this has happened to." For more information please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466.http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

So what is sepsis? According to the Mayo Clinic, "Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening complication of an infection. Sepsis occurs when chemicals released into the bloodstream to fight the infection trigger inflammation throughout the body. This inflammation can trigger a cascade of changes that can damage multiple organ systems, causing them to fail. If sepsis progresses to septic shock, blood pressure drops dramatically, which may lead to death."

According to the Nursing Home Complaint Center, "Based on years of experience the typical victim we hear about was never properly cleaned, or maintained at a nursing home, or a rehab center, the patient developed bed sores that were never treated, and the patient ultimately developed an infection called sepsis, it was not treated, and the patient died. In most cases we hear about, the victim was sent to a hospital ER after it was too late to do much for the patient. We intend to change this national disgrace. If a loved one who was being treated at a nursing home, or rehab center has died with the cause of death being sepsis, or septic shock please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466."http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

For attribution purposes please refer to the Mayo Clinic's web site about sepsis:http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/sepsis/basics/definition/con-20031900

 

 

 

SFGate

Friday Jan 04, 2013 10:23 AM PT

Nursing Home Complaint Center Now Makes Public Awareness of Sepsis and Septic Shock in US Nursing Homes Their Number One Initiative for 2013

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We are making sepsis, and septic shock our number one initiative for all US nursing patients in 2013, because we believe sepsis, and septic shock are mostly preventable, and because we believe sepsis, and septic shock are needlessly killing thousands of nursing home patients each year. For more information please contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466. http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is launching a very aggressive national initiative in 2013 that is focused on increasing public awareness of sepsis, or septic shock in our nations nursing homes, and in an attempt to decease the number of needless deaths associated with these infections, that should have been prevented from ever happening. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We believe sepsis, or septic shock are at epidemic levels among our nations nursing home patients, in large part due to the fact the nursing home staff never properly maintain their patients. Sepsis, or septic shock are typically a direct result of a bed sore not being treated. The net result of this lack of treatment, or care is the bed sore evolves into a severe type of infection called sepsis, or septic shock, typically the nursing home has the patient rushed to a local hospital, and frequently it is too late to help, and the nursing home patient dies." The Nursing Home Complaint Center is now urging family members, or loved ones to get what is called a medical power of attorney, for their loved one in a nursing home, with the instruction the family is to be notified immediately if the nursing home patient-loved one has developed a bed sore. The group is also urging family members, or loved ones with a medical power of attorney for a nursing home patient to ask the admitting physician if sepsis, or septic shock is indicated if they get a call from a hospital ER, that the nursing home, or rehab center has just sent the patient to a local hospital because the patient was not responsive. If the admitting physician at the local hospital informs the family that sepsis, or septic shock is indicated the Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging the family to call them immediately at 866-714-6466 for an instant legal response, and investigation. http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

Severe Medical Conditions that could develop in a nursing home, or rehabilitation center because of neglect, or abuse from the Nursing Home Complaint Center:

  • Sepsis: infection in blood stream due to bedsores/ ulcers (Resident my also display altered mental status);
  • Septic Shock: Sepsis with refractory hypotension and perfusion abnormalities.
  • Severe Sepsis: infection in the blood stream causing one or more of the following: 1. Organ * Dysfunction; 2. alteration in mental status
  • Bed Sores also known as Decubitis Ulcers.

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is focused on nursing home, or rehab center patients that have been diagnosed with sepsis, septic shock, and or pressure sores/pressure ulcers. Again, the Nursing Home Complaint Center is encouraging the adult children of a nursing home patient, who is now either dead, or in a hospital ICU to ask the attending physician at the hospital if sepsis, of septic shock is indicated? If the answer from the physician is yes-please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466. http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

 

 

 

 

 

 

SFGate
Because Sepsis Is Preventable The Nursing Home Complaint Center Now Urges Families of Victims of Sepsis or Septic Shock to Call Them for the Names of The Best Law Firms

 

Friday Nov 16, 2012 12:13 PM PT

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "In most instances, nursing home staffing levels are too low to properly treat their patients. As a result senior citizens are prematurely dying, or the nursing home has had the loved one shipped to a hospital ICU-where they die. If a family learns a loved one in a nursing home has been rushed to a hospital ER, we are urging them to find out why, and we are urging the to ask the hospital ER doctor if sepsis, or septic shock is the reason." The Nursing Home Complaint Center fears many nursing home patients never get their diapers changed, or are never properly cleaned, and as a result they develop a specific type of infection called sepsis, or they go into septic shock, and they die. These deaths should have never happened. If a family member has proof of nursing home abuse, or neglect that resulted in a premature death, or severe injury of a loved one that involves sepsis, or septic shock, they should contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We believe needless sepsis infections, septic shock, or wrongful death in our nation's nursing homes are a huge problem, we are doing something about it, and we want to hear from family members who have proof the sick, or deceased family member has a diagnosis, or cause of death being sepsis, or septic shock." The Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging family members of nursing home patients who have an actual diagnosis involving sepsis, septic shock, and or pressure sores, also called pressure ulcers to call them for the names of national caliber law firms that might be able help. If a family member, or loved one has died in a US nursing home from provable wrongful death involving sepsis, or now has sepsis, or is in septic shock please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466. http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

A note from the Nursing Home Complaint Center: "If a loved one is rushed from a nursing home to a hospital ER, we really need the family to talk to the hospital ER doctors, and ask if sepsis, or septic shock is indicated. Unless they are looking for it-the doctors might write the death off to natural causes. We do not think sepsis, or septic shock is a natural cause-we think it is negligence." http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is narrowly focused on nursing home, or rehab center patients that have been diagnosed with sepsis, septic shock, and or pressure sores/pressure ulcers. The Nursing Home Complaint Center is encouraging the adult children of a nursing home patient, who has been rushed to a hospital ER to ask the attending physician at a hospital if sepsis, of septic shock is indicated. If the answer from the physician is yes-please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466. Sepsis, or septic shock are in most cases preventable." http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

 

 

 

SFGate

Thursday Nov 08, 2012 8:39 AM PT
Nursing Home Complaint Center Now Urges Loved Ones of Nursing Home Patients to Call Them If Sepsis or Septic Shock Has Been Diagnosis By A Hospital ER Doctor-Sepsis Kills

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is warning family members, or loved ones of nursing home, or rehabilitation center residents to be on the lookout sepsis, or septic shock. The group is convinced sepsis, or septic shock needlessly kills thousands of US senior citizens each year, and the group has begun a very aggressive national initiative to expose this national disgrace. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Because of intentional short staffing at many nursing homes, or rehabilitation centers, many patients are not properly cleaned, or maintained. As a result they get bed sores, that get worse, they then get very sick with sepsis, or septic shock, the nursing home has them rushed to a nearby hospital, and frequently its too late to help-the senior citizen dies." If a family gets a call their senior citizen parent, or loved one has been rushed from a nursing home, or rehab facility to a nearby hospital, we are strongly encouraging the family to get on the phone to the hospital, ask the attending physician, or physicians if sepsis, or septic shock is indicated, and if the answer is yes-please call us immediately at 866-714-6466. As part of our response we will get national caliber law firms involved on the spot." http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is warning, "With severe state, and federal budget cuts happening, or about to happen, we fear nursing home, or rehab center care in the US is going to take a turn for the worse, and families, or loved ones of nursing home patients really need to be on the lookout for signs of abuse, or neglect. Because nursing homes, or rehab centers frequently are intentionally short staffed, they do not have enough employees to maintain their patients, and frequently the patients die prematurely of sepsis, or septic shock as a result." The Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging the adult children, family members, or loved ones of nursing home, or rehab facility patients to ask the ER doctor if sepsis, or septic shock is indicated-if their loved one is rushed from a nursing home, or rehab center. If the answer is yes, the Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging family members, or loved ones to call them immediately at 866-714-6466." As part of this initiative the Nursing Home Complaint Center will instantly involve national caliber law firms in order to make certain the rights of the family are protected. http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is narrowly focused on nursing home, or rehab center patients that have been diagnosed with sepsis, septic shock, and or pressure sores/pressure ulcers. The group is urging all states to get much more aggressive in monitoring their nursing homes, and is encouraging states to begin unannounced inspections-especially at night when nursing home staffing levels are frequently woefully insufficient. The Nursing Home Complaint Center is encouraging the adult children, or family members of a nursing home patient to ask the attending physician at a hospital ER if sepsis, of septic shock is indicated. If the answer from the physician is yes-please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466." http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

Nursing Home Complaint Center Urges Nursing Home Managers Or Accounting Staff to Step Forward for Rewards If They Can Prove Medicare or Medicaid Over Billing or Fraud

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is one of the most quoted sources in the United States on nursing homes, and Medicare, or Medicaid fraud. The group is now beginning a very aggressive initiative that is designed to help nursing home managers, or accounting staff to step forward as a whistleblower, for what could be a significant reward, provided they possess actual proof of the Medicare, or Medicaid fraud. The group's Medicare, and Medicaid fraud initiative is focused on nursing homes, hospitals, rehab facilities, or long term care facilities over billing, or defrauding the federal, or state government with fraudulent, or inflated bills. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "we know there are thousands of US nursing home, rehab facility, or long term care facility employees, who know all about Medicare, or Medicaid fraud, or over billing. They see it everyday at their work place, and they can prove it. We want to hear from these individuals, so we can try to explain the federal whistle blower laws to them, also called Qui Tam." For more information about federal or state whistle blower programs, nursing home, or healthcare workers with specific proof, can call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.com

(PRWEB) April 11, 2012

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "There are thousands of employees working in a nursing home, a rehab center, a long term care facility, or even a hospital, who witness Medicare, or Medicaid fraud everyday, and they could get a huge reward, provided they have substantial proof, and their information is fresh-never disclosed before." According to the GAO, Medicare fraud in the US is a $60 billion dollar a year business. This astonishing amount does not include Medicaid fraud, which could also be another $60 billion dollars a year, or more. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Our goal is to be the first stop a nursing home, rehab center, long term care facility, or hospital employee makes, if they want to blow the whistle on major Medicare, or Medicaid fraud. If you possess substantial proof of Medicare, or Medicaid over billing, up coding, or fraud we want to know about it, and try to explain the whistle blower process to you. Typically the best health care whistle blowers work in a nursing home, hospital, or rehab facility as a manager, in the accounting department, or in medical coding department, because they strongly suspect, or know exactly what is going on." Nursing home, or other health care employees wishing to learn more about the federal government's whistle blower programs are encouraged to call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center's Whistleblower Initiative Is Specifically Focused On Managers, or Nursing Home, Rehab Center, Long Term Care Facility, or Hospital Accounting Staff That Possess The Following Types of Information:

  • Short Staffing-so patients are not getting mandatory hours per day in care per Medicare, or Medicaid requirements.
  • Medicare billing for cognitive, speech, ambulatory, or other types of tests, that were either not necessary, or they were never done.
  • Doping patients, so short staffing a facility is not difficult, but billing Medicare, or Medicaid as if the facility was fully staffed.
  • Billing Medicare, or Medicaid for services never rendered

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "There are some really important key points about becoming a successful healthcare whistleblower, when it comes to getting big rewards. First it has to be big. Big also means close to a million dollars, or more. We try to build a world class legal team around our whistle blowers, so it has to be big enough to get the best legal team." They go onto say, "It is also vital that the whistle blower's information is fresh, or never disclosed in public before. Finally, if the whistle blower elects to go to the press, or the government first, they may have just ruined any chance they might have for a significant reward." The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We know this sounds complicated, and strange, but the federal reward programs revolving around Medicare, or in the instances of US States Medicaid fraud, or over billing, are actually pretty simple, and we are always on standby for a potential whistleblower, who wants to do the right thing, and for a small amount of the reward, we can partner with the whistleblower to simplify the process. The rewards can really be amazing, if the fraud, or over billing is significant, and the proof is substantial." For more information potential nursing home, or healthcare whistle blowers can contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.com

 

 

Nursing Home Complaint Center Urges All Family Members of US Nursing Home Patients to be on the Lookout for Sepsis or Septic Shock

Thursday, April 7, 2011

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Regrettably, we are convinced the number one indicator of severe nursing home neglect or abuse in the United States are repeated occurrences of a specific type of infection called sepsis, or septic shock, and we desperately need family members or loved ones to wise up, and keep records and journals about the condition of a loved one in any US nursing home, as long as they are there." The group says, "Repeated issues related to sepsis or septic shock probably means your loved one or family member is not being cleaned up, and if it's happening frequently, we want to know about it. Sepsis or septic shock could very easily kill your loved one prematurely." For more information please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com.

(Vocus/PRWEB) April 07, 2011

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is the premier advocate for US nursing home patients, and the group is expanding its 2011 US Nursing Home Elder Abuse, and Elder Neglect Initiatives to include more information about sepsis, or septic shock. The group says, "Can you imagine lying in urine-soaked clothing or soiled clothing for hours, or even a day? We fear this is happening to literally tens of thousands of US nursing home patients each day, and if lack of treatment issues are not addressed, the loved one, Mom, or Dad will die from this." The group says, "We think repeated sepsis or septic shock should immediately sound alarm bells for a loved one,or family member, and if these infections continue, or the loved one is constantly being shipped to a hospital ER or intensive care unit, we think its an incredibly bad sign, and we want to know about it." For more information, loved ones of family members of a nursing home patient who are constantly dealing with sepsis or septic shock should call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com.

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "One of the biggest issues for current US nursing home patients is short staffing, and/or staffing with people who do not want to do their critically important job of keeping their patients clean and sanitary." They say, "What terrifies us the most is family members or loved ones do not understand that if their loved one is constantly being shipped to a hospital's ER or ICU, it may mean the nursing home failed to do their job." The group says, "If sepsis or septic shock is a nonstop problem with a loved one in a nursing home, we want to know about it, and we will do our best to get some help and justice for the victim and their loved ones." For more information please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

Nursing Home Complaint Center Urges Nursing Home Insiders Get Rewarded For Information Related To Proof Of Medicare Or Medicaid Fraud

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Medicare fraud is a $60 billion dollar a year business in the United States, and the federal government has a reward program involving laws called Qui Tam, that will reward a healthcare professional for their information about Medicare fraud, and most states have mirror reward programs for Medicaid." They say, "However, there are rules; rule one is the evidence has to be overwhelming, rule two is the information has to be fresh, and or previously not disclosed, and rule three is, if you go public to the media, or to government, before having a skilled attorney do the work up, you may have just blown your chance for the reward." The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We know becoming a whistle blower sounds complicated, its not, but the rules need to be obeyed, and we can help potential nursing home, or healthcare professional become a whistle blower, and with luck-rewarded for their information." For more information please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

(Vocus/PRWEB) March 09, 2011

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging nursing home managers, or administrators to step forward for potentially large reward programs, if they have solid proof of significant Medicare, or Medicaid fraud, on the part of their employer. The group says, "We honestly believe there are 1000's of US healthcare, or medical industry managers, or executives, who are sitting on a jackpot, because they have clear, and significant proof their employer is knowingly defrauding the federal, or state government's Medicare, or Medicaid programs, out of millions." They say, "One key is it has to be worth the government's, and a law firms time to advance the case; so the fraud, or over billing has to be in the millions. As importantly, we are encouraging potential healthcare whistle blowers to call us first, so we can carefully explain the rules, and then point them in the right direction, as far as capable law firms." The group says, "Our motivation is pretty simple; we want to stop as much Medicare, and Medicaid fraud as possible, because it means huge taxpayer savings, and frequently much better patient care-so we think its worth helping potential whistle blowers in every possible way." For more information please contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Every healthcare whistle blower is different. Individuals, who possess very specific information, and or proof about major Medicare, or Medicaid fraud might be a nursing home, or hospital billing, or coding manager, they might be a administrator, manager, a pharmaceutical rep, a medical device, or medical products representative. The group says, "The one thing all these people have in common is they saw the wrong doing, they kept records, e-mails, or other types of proof, and perhaps most importantly they want to do the right thing. We are here to help." For more information, professionals in the nursing home, hospital, pharmaceutical, medical device, or medical products sectors can call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

Nursing Home Complaint Center Calls March National Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Awareness Month For All US Nursing Home Patients

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is calling March, National Nursing Home Abuse, and Neglect Awareness Month, for all US nursing home patients, and their loved ones. The group says, "because the level of care is frequently so bad in our nations nursing homes, we are calling on family members, or loved ones to keep a journal of their loved ones time at a nursing home." They say, "The specific things we are looking for are sepsis type infections, bed sores, hospitalizations for septic shock, broken bones, or an unexplained death." If a family member, or loved one has died in a US nursing home from provable wrongful death, or has sepsis, has bed sores, is in septic shock, or has broken bones, please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

(Vocus/PRWEB) March 01, 2011

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We are calling March,National Nursing Home Abuse, and Neglect Awareness Month, for all US nursing home patients, and their loved ones. Just as an example of the problem, we believe needless sepsis infections, bed sores, septic shock, broken bones, wrongful death, and elder abuse in our nation's nursing homes are at, or beyond epidemic levels, and we want to hear from family members who have proof the sick, or deceased family member was mistreated, or not treated at all-with the result being a wrongful death, or they are now in a ICU at a nearby hospital." They say, "One of the biggest problems we see in the vast majority of our nation's nursing homes is staffing levels, are not high enough to meet Medicare, or Medicaid standards, with the result being dead patients, or patients suffering from sepsis, bed sores, or septic shock, or broken bones." The group says, "We desperately need family members, or loved ones to keep journals, or logs related to each time, and date they last saw their family member in a US nursing home, and their condition at that time." If a family member of a nursing home patient has specific information about severe neglect, or abuse involving a nursing home, and their loved one, please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is also urging nursing home staff members to step forward if they have proof of intentional short staffing, patient neglect, concealing what really happened to someone's mom, or dad, in the instance of a severe infection, a broken bone, or even a wrongful death. The group says, "many nursing home employees see it, but are too afraid to say something about it. Please call us, if you know of intentional nursing home abuse, neglect, or wrongful death." They say, "we also want to hear from nursing home employees who have significant proof of Medicare, or Medicaid fraud. If you can prove intentional short staffing, needless Medicare cognitive, ambulatory, or speech tests, there can be huge rewards for this type of information-provided its provable." Nursing home patient family members, and or nursing home employees are encouraged to call the Nursing Home Complaint Center with any serious concerns, or proof of wrong doing, patient abuse, or patient neglect anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

 

 

Severe Nursing Home Neglect And Abuse Victims In California, Florida, Arizona & Washington Are Urged To Call The Nursing Home Complaint Center For Instant Help

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is the premier advocate for elder abuse, and neglect in US nursing homes, rehab facilities, and or for assisted living facilities. As part of the groups 2011 US Nursing Home Initiative of getting the word out about severe nursing home neglect, and abuse, the Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging family members of nursing home patients to be on the look out for symptoms of severe nursing home abuse, and neglect. The group says, "if a family member, or loved one is constantly getting hospitalized for sepsis, or septic shock, and or if a family member/nursing home patient has unexplained broken bones we want to know about it, especially if the patient is located in California, Florida, Arizona, or Washington State." For more information please contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

(Vocus/PRWEB) February 17, 2011

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "The symptoms of severe nursing home abuse and neglect include continuous sepsis type infections for the patient, septic shock, which both typically lead to hospitalizations, and or broken bones." The group says, "if a loved one, or family member nursing home patient has been severely mistreated, or abused, especially in California, Florida, Washington, or Arizona, we want to know about it immediately, so we can try to get help, and assistance to these families on the spot." They say, "the most important thing we want family members, or loved ones of nursing home patients to do nationwide is to keep very good records of how your family member, or loved one is doing. These records, and or diary should include times, and dates, you saw, or spoke with your family member, or loved one who is, or was a patient in a nursing home." For more information about the Nursing Home Complaint Center's world class free service for victims of severe nursing home abuse, please call the group anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

Signs of Severe Nursing Home Abuse, or Neglect Anywhere in The United States:

  • Continuous hospitalizations for sepsis type infections
  • Continuous hospitalizations for septic shock
  • Broken bones
  • Assaults involving other patients, or staff members, and your loved ones

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "with a million plus US nursing home patients, and with nursing homes being short staffed, or under staffed more often than not, we cannot even begin to describe how serious elder abuse, or neglect in our nations nursing homes is-but take our word it is off the charts." They say, "we are urging all family members of nursing home patients to start keeping records, including how your Mom, Dad, or family member was the last time you talked with them. We can't even begin to tell you how important these records, and or journals can become in the event something happens to your loved one in a nursing home." http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

 

 

 

Nursing Home Complaint Center Urges Loved Ones Of Nursing Home Patients With Repeated Sepsis Or Hospitalization For Septic Shock To Call Them

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We think the number one indicator of severe nursing home neglect, or abuse in the United States are repeated bouts with sepsis, or septic shock for a nursing home patient-loved one, and we desperately need family members, or loved ones to wise up." The group says, "Repeated issues related to sepsis, or septic shock probably means your loved one, or family member is not being cleaned up, and if its happening frequently, we want to know about it. Sepsis, or septic shock could kill your loved one prematurely." For more information please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

(Vocus/PRWEB) February 15, 2011

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is the premier advocate for US nursing home patients, and the group is expanding its 2011 US Nursing Home Elder Abuse, and Elder Neglect Initiatives to include more information about sepsis, or septic shock. The group says, "Can you imagine lying in urine soaked clothing, or soiled clothing for hours, or even a day? We fear this is happening to literally tens of thousands of US nursing home patients each day, and if lack of treatment issues are not addressed, the loved one, Mom, or Dad will die from this." The group says, "We think repeated sepsis, or septic shock should immediately sound alarm bells for a loved one, or family member, and if these infections continue, or the loved one is constantly being shipped to a hospital ER, or intensive care unit, we think its an incredibly bad sign." For more information loved ones, of family members of a nursing home patient, who are constantly dealing with sepsis, or septic shock should call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "One of the biggest issues for current US nursing home patients is short staffing, and or staffing with people, who do not want to do their critically important job of keeping their patients clean, and sanitary." They say, "What terrifies us the most is family members, or loved ones do not understand that if their loved one is constantly being shipped to a hospital's ER, or ICU, it may mean the nursing home failed to do their job." The group says, "If sepsis, or septic shock is a nonstop problem, with a loved one in a nursing home, we want to know about it, and we will do our best to get some help, and justice for the victim, and their loved ones." For more information please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

Nursing Home Complaint Center Endorses The Garcia Law Firm For Victims Of Severe Nursing Home Neglect Or Abuse In Florida

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is the premier nursing home patients advocate in the United States. The group is very pleased to endorse the Garcia Law firm, as the go to law firm for a victim, or family members of a victim of severe nursing home abuse, neglect, or wrongful death in any nursing home in Florida. The group says, "The Garcia Law Firm has a well established record of success when it comes to being a passionate advocate, and skilled personal injury attorneys for victims of severe nursing home abuse, neglect, or wrongful death." They say, "If a victim, or a family member of a loved one is dealing with severe nursing home neglect, abuse, or wrongful death in Florida, they should call the Garcia Law Firm first." The Nursing Home Complaint Center has also endorsed the very talented, and passionate Garcia Law Firm for victims of severe nursing home abuse, and neglect in California, Washington, and Arizona. The Garcia Law Firm's 24-7 contact number is 1-800-281-8515, and their web site is located at http://www.LawGarcia.com

 (Vocus/PRWEB) February 08, 2011

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is the premier nursing home advocate in the United States. As part of its 2011 initiative, the group is doing everything possible to educate family members throughout the United States as to symptoms of severe nursing home abuse, or neglect. These include the following:

  • Provable wrongful death
  • Sepsis and Septic Shock due to medical malpractice
  • Severe falls, or injuries related to neglect
  • Sexual abuse

Family members, or loved ones of nursing home patients, who have proof of severe nursing home abuse, neglect, or wrongful death can call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact they can contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

Why should a loved one, or family member of a victim of severe nursing home abuse, neglect, or wrongful death in Florida call the Garcia Law Firm? The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Few law firms bring as much passion, experience, and dedication as the Garcia Law Firm, when it comes to obtaining justice for a victim of severe nursing home abuse, neglect, or a wrongful death in Florida. Experience counts when you are dealing with severe nursing home neglect and abuse." For more information the Garcia Law Firm's 24-7 contact number is 1-800-281-8515, and their web site is located at http://www.LawGarcia.com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center has also endorsed the Garcia Law Firm for victims of severe nursing home abuse, or neglect in California, Washington, and Arizona. http://www.LawGarcia.com



Nursing Home Complaint Center Urges Nursing Home Accounting or Coding Staff to Step Forward for Rewards Related to Medicare & Medicaid Over Billing

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is one of the most quoted sources in the United States on nursing homes, and Medicare, or Medicaid fraud, or over billing. As part of its 2011 Medicare, and Medicaid whistle blowers initiative the group is encouraging all current nursing home accounting, or coding staff to step forward, if they possess significant proof related to a nursing home, a hospital, a rehab facility, or a long term care facility over billing, or defrauding the federal, or state government with fraudulent, or inflated bills. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "we know there are thousands of US nursing home employees, who know all about Medicare, or Medicaid fraud, or over billing. They see it everyday at their work place, and they can prove it. We want to hear from these individuals, so we can try to explain the federal whistle blower laws to them, also called Qui Tam." The group says, "the most important point we want nursing home employee whistle blowers to know is everything they tell us is strictly confidential, but at the same time, we are warning potential whistle blowers, if they go public, or go to the government first, they may have just lost their chance for a reward." For more information about federal or state whistle blower programs, nursing home, or health care workers with specific proof, can call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.com