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Care received in chain-owned nursing homes generally not on par with care received in nonprofit and singly-owned assisted living facilities Standard marketing and strategic planning practices can hurt patient care within a nursing house chain, but only if too much emphasis is placed on such administrative standards to the detriment of medical and facility standards, a fresh study indicates. Study from the University of Michigan College of Public Health shows that among the strengths of a nursing home chain—the ability to standardize and perfect administrative practices through the entire chain—also can hurt patient care.Starting this fall, they’ll recruit 100 doctors and 600 individuals from 36 pediatric procedures in central Ohio to take part in the program. Through July The program will run, 2015. Related StoriesNew UCLA study looks at primary care medical home in reducing childrens' repeat visits to hospitalsBoston Children's and Rock Wellness synergy to accelerate advancement of pediatric health technologiesACC's general public reporting program provides information regarding hospitals' performanceThis study collaboration will fulfill the goals of expanding the program and it will allow the doctors who are participating to determine if their quality improvement intervention translates to better outcomes for patients who have been identified as having ADHD.