For a tribal facility working in a state with a decent reimbursement rate, an enhanced Medicaid reimbursement rate makes all the difference between being able to financially sustain that facility or requiring the tribe to subsidize it.– Ron Ross, CEO, Native American Health Management
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Ron Ross quoted in educational material from CMS:
We were excited to hear that forbes.com picked up on a story about the Oglala Sioux Lakota Nursing Home located in Whiteclay Nebraska.
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We are happy to announce that the Oglala Sioux Lakota Nursing Home is open. We are delighted to already have some residents and will be getting more staff and residents in the coming months. Take a look at some of the most current photos below:
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Is it time to look at building a facility on tribal land?
Native American Health Management is dedicated to help Tribes to set up nursing homes on their land. We have been involved in many projects over the last 8 years and have received great feedback from the communities that we have served. Our staff has extensive management experience for nursing homes and expertise in billing, funding, feasibility studies, surveys, general operations, and ongoing sustainability.
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We are happy to have the construction completed at the Oglala Sioux Lakota Nursing Home.
The facility is still looking at opening some time in July. They are hiring for the department heads at the moment, and hope to soon hire the other positions once the department heads have all been hired.