Concerns about care at Harborchase of Venice lead to federal fines in 2020
Do you have concerns about care at Harborchase of Venice? The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency of the federal government, fined Harborchase of Venice in 2020 following an inspection conducted at its nursing home. Harborchase of Venice is located at 950 Pinebrook Road, Venice FL 34285 and operates as a licensed skilled nursing facility in addition to an assisted living facility on the same grounds.
The fine serves as a penalty for Harborchase of Venice’s non-compliance with the law. Information regarding the fine may be found on CMS’ website as seen here.
State investigators express concerns about care at Harborchase of Venice, finding multiple deficiencies
During and in response to the inspection conducted in 2020, state investigators with the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration evaluated the care at Harborchase of Venice and found that that areas of non-compliance constituted multiple deficiencies under the law.
Harborchase of Venice has a history of deficiencies related to resident care
Records maintained by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration detail a decade of complaints, surveys and investigations at Harborchase of Venice that resulted in quality of care related deficiencies. Harborchase of Venice receives taxpayer funds to provide care to residents and, accordingly, is expected to comply at all times with the federal Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987.
As previously indicated, the 2020 inspection was not the first time that the Harborchase of Venice nursing home was cited for failing to comply with state or federal law. Harborchase of Venice’s history of noncompliance and deficiencies may be viewed on the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration’s website here: https://tinyurl.com/y6r5vs3k
Harborchase of Venice cited for failing to comply with requirement to provide adequate and appropriate healthcare
Florida law requires every nursing home to provide residents with adequate and appropriate healthcare. Furthermore, it is each resident’s right to receive adequate and appropriate healthcare! This right is broad and designed to protect the overall physical and mental health of every resident. The law states every nursing home must ensure the right is met as follows: “The right to receive adequate and appropriate health care and protective and support services, including social services; mental health services, if available; planned recreational activities; and therapeutic and rehabilitative services consistent with the resident care plan, with established and recognized practice standards within the community, and with rules as adopted by the agency. “
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