Which of the ND road report sheets is the most dangerous?

On January 13, 2017, the Department of Transportation (DOT) published a road report for the state of Missouri, entitled “Nursing Report Sheet,” which was titled, “Nurses Report Sheet.”

It was not a comprehensive report, and it was not an accurate summary of the conditions that residents were facing at the time.

The report included only the following: The number of people dying each day from the following diseases: pneumonia, coronavirus, HIV, tuberculosis, and the flu.

It also listed the number of deaths that occurred each day of the week from the most common causes: car crashes, natural disasters, and other “unexpected and unexpected” incidents.

It failed to mention that the report did not include the number who were infected with any of the listed diseases. 

The Department of Health and Senior Services also included the following information in the report: The prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in the state.

The number and severity of the most prevalent chronic obstructor pulmonary disease.

The proportion of residents in the population with diabetes and the proportion of diabetes patients.

The prevalence and severity and the number and number of persons in the general population with COPD.

The percentage of residents with asthma.

The annual rate of obesity in the US population, measured by the percentage of the population that is obese. 

“It was clearly a report that did not accurately describe the problems facing Missouri residents,” said Jim Bales, the executive director of the Missouri Coalition for Healthy Aging. 

Bales and other activists and residents have long sought to make the ND report a comprehensive resource for residents in Missouri, as a result of its inclusion of such information, which they consider to be a violation of residents’ rights.

Bales’ group, Missouri Coalition, has fought to ensure that the ND reporting sheet has been updated since its creation in the early 2000s.

 In an open letter to the DOT dated April 14, 2018, Bales and the Missouri coalition called for the release of the report as well as the ND Road Report for Missouri.

The letter also called for a full audit of the reporting, including its use of a standardized methodology.

“I have long been concerned about the misuse of the NCRR’s Nursing Report and the lack of transparency it provides in how it was made available to the public,” Bales wrote in the letter.

“A thorough audit of all the documents that comprise the ND Report Sheet and the NC RR’s Nursing report would clearly demonstrate the lack for transparency and the misuse the NCRSS has shown to its members.” 

On February 6, 2017 the Missouri legislature approved an amendment to the Missouri Constitution that requires the Missouri Department of Human Services (DHS) to conduct a full review of the reports and submit a report to the legislature within three years.

In response to the legislative action, the Missouri Human Services Department sent a letter to Bales dated March 7, 2018.

Bales wrote to the department asking that the department provide the legislature a copy of the “report” that was made public on January 13.

Bews stated that the Department was “actively seeking feedback” from the legislature and “will be providing it to you shortly.”

Bales also stated that DHS had recently contacted the Missouri State Patrol, which has jurisdiction over the roads in Missouri. 

But the department did not respond to a request for comment. 

In a press release issued on April 14 on its website, the department also released a list of the five most dangerous states in the country for nursing home residents.

Among the states listed in the press release were New Jersey, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

New Jersey and Massachusetts are also among the most populated states in America.

A recent report by the Institute of Medicine found that the majority of nursing home deaths in the United States are preventable. 

 “Nursings are one of the few professions in the U.S. that are in a state of crisis and need to be managed with the utmost care,” Bresler said.

“If a nursing home owner wants to make a claim on an NRR or NCRR, the only way to do it is to hire a licensed attorney to help.”