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|Nursing home‘Lumped or other facilities’ shows data from states that have not broken down their data by facility type, so it might include data from nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. It also includes some congregate living facilities for older adults that are neither nursing homes nor assisted-living facilities. For each state’s lumped/other definition, please see the state’s specific notes.||18,122||4,108||14,437||47||32,559||4,155||439|
|Lumped or other facilities‘Lumped or other facilities’ shows data from states that have not broken down their data by facility type, so it might include data from nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. It also includes some congregate living facilities for older adults that are neither nursing homes nor assisted-living facilities. For each state’s lumped/other definition, please see the state’s specific notes.||3,420||914||3,277||5||6,697||919||287|
Michigan reports long-term care COVID-19 data for Skilled Nursing Facilities and Home for the Aged. COVID Tracking Project puts Nursing Home data in the Nursing Home category, and Home of the Aged data in Lumped or Other category in our dataset. Michigan reports cumulative and outbreak data. Michigan does provide facility-level data. Michigan reports staff and resident cases and staff and resident deaths separately. Data is cumulative since January 1, 2020.
Michigan provides cumulative totals for resident and staff cases and resident and staff deaths and number of facilities with a case.
Michigan** **provides outbreak data for resident and staff cases and resident and staff deaths. Michigan reports outbreak data in their weekly report as “new” cases and deaths. Michigan does not define what “New” means. Michigan defines an outbreak as a facility with 1 or more cases in a 14-day period. An outbreak ends when 14 days have passed with no new confirmed case.
Michigan reports facility-level data.
Michigan’s data includes the total of suspected and confirmed resident deaths, total of confirmed COVID-19 staff cases, and cumulative total of suspected and confirmed staff deaths. Michigan reported only the number of resident cases from May 15 to June 15.
- May 22, 2020: Michigan revised their reporting process to align with Medicare & Medicaid Services requirements.
- May 28, 2020: Michigan’s long-term care data page was under maintenance from May 21, 2020 to May 28, 2020. Data from May 15, 2020 carried over for May 28, 2020.
- July 2, 2020: Deaths in Nursing Homes dropped from 2010 to 1980.
- July 22, 2020: Staff Deaths in Nursing Homes dropped from 24 to 20.
- October 29, 2020: Michigan did not report LTC this week, stating, "In an effort to more closely align with federal data collection efforts, MDHHS is changing Nursing Facility reporting from daily to weekly on the Michigan.gov/Coronavirus website. In addition to the shift to weekly reporting, MDHHS will be publishing additional data fields as well as expanding public reporting to include Adult Foster Care and Home for the Aged facilities. These changes will be accompanied by increased validation efforts to ensure data accuracy. These updates will be available on our website the first week of November starting on Nov. 2, 2020." Data was carried over from the previous week.
- November 2, 2020: Michigan resumed reporting skilled nursing home data.
- November 26, 2020: Home for the Aged Facility data totals decreased from data gathered on November 19, 2020 to this week. Total resident cases decreased from 1306 to 1242, resident deaths decreased from 459 to 445, staff cases decreased from 1131 to 948 and staff deaths decreased from 11 to 3.
- January 7, 2021: Number of nursing homes with an outbreak decreased by two.
- March 4, 2021: Other resident deaths decreased by 37, and number of facilities decreased by 3.
The state provides facility-level cumulative data. The state provides facility-level outbreak data. Cumulative facility-level data was first reported by the state on 2020-05-15. Outbreak facility-level data was first reported by the state on 2020-11-19.
Because each state reports facility-level data differently, CTP has produced a number of scripts to make the dataset as standardized and comprehensive as possible. This state uses the following scripts: post_processing, standardize_data. More information on each of these scripts can be found in our Airtable Facility Script Annotations. (https://airtable.com/shr99Ep06cplrcVg6)