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Five Nevada Nursing Homes Receive HealthInsight Quality Award

Annual Program Encourages Excellence in Patient Care

Las Vegas — Five Nevada nursing homes are being recognized today for demonstrating excellence in providing quality care.

HealthInsight, a nonprofit, community-based health care collaborative working to improve health and health care for patients and providers, will present the HealthInsight Quality Award to nursing homes across the state at the Nevada Health Care Association Annual Convention at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe this afternoon. The award recognizes nursing homes for excelling in a number of quality of care measures.

In order to meet criteria for this Quality Award, nursing homes had to rank in the top 25 percent of performers in the nation, based on MDS 3.0 Quality Measures from Nursing Home Compare, as well as demonstrate a successfully implemented quality improvement program in their facilities.

“HealthInsight is proud to recognize these award recipients,” said Donna Thorson, HealthInsight Nevada senior project manager. “All five of the nursing homes receiving the Quality Award show a passionate commitment to person-centered care and development of systematic performance improvement.”

The 2017 HealthInsight Quality Award recipients are Highland Manor of Mesquite in Mesquite, Nevada State Veterans Home in Boulder City, Carson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Carson City, Rosewood Rehabilitation Center in Reno and Life Care Center of Reno in Reno.

The nursing home quality information is available by visiting and selecting Compare Nursing Homes in Your Area, or by calling 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).

About HealthInsight
HealthInsight is a recognized leader in convening and partnering with our communities to improve health and health care by advancing quality, efficiency and value for patients and providers. HealthInsight is composed of locally governed organizations in four western states: Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon and Utah. HealthInsight also has operations in Seattle, Wash., and Glendale, Calif., supporting end stage renal disease networks in the Western United States. As such, it is able to draw upon the unique social and cultural elements of each region, as well as quality improvement expertise that has been developed over four decades. Learn more at