Hospitals are getting new beds in their nursing homes.
But they’re not just getting new nursing homes for nursing homes, according to a report from The New York Times.
Instead, hospitals are opening up their facilities to everyone.
It’s a shift from the past when nursing homes were largely reserved for the poor.
Now, nursing homes are getting open to everyone, not just for the most vulnerable residents.
That includes people with serious illnesses like cancer and diabetes.
The Times reported on the nursing home program in California, which began in 2016 and has since expanded to more than 100 hospitals.
There are currently about 1,000 nursing homes in California that are open to all residents, including the chronically ill.
That’s up from about 200 in 2017, but a large portion of them were closed during the financial crisis.
So the program is more than just a way to expand care for the elderly.
It also offers an opportunity to bring in more care workers and people with other health issues.
That means the number of nursing home beds could go up, but the people staying in those facilities will remain in them.
Hospitals say they are also getting new patients and staff.
It might be the only way to get the state’s population of the elderly under control.
The nursing home programs will be phased out in 2019, and the state will have to re-evaluate how it allocates money to each facility.
The state will also have to make sure the program isn’t making people too dependent on it.
Some will still be able to go to a hospital and get care, but it will be more costly.
If you live in one of the new nursing home facilities in California and have serious health conditions, that’s going to be a big deal.
So we have to figure out what’s going on.
So in 2018, we did some pilot programs in our nursing homes and we saw a big increase in people coming to our nursing home and seeing a better quality of life.
We’re continuing to work on the program to see how it can grow and become even more effective, said Nancy McVay, senior director of health care programs for the California Department of Health Care Policy.
But in a sense, this is also a way for us to address some of the challenges that people with mental illness face in our hospitals, said Dr. Scott Miller, a professor of nursing at the University of California, San Francisco.
It allows them to be there and see their loved ones, but they also get to live out of their own homes and feel like they’re part of their community.