As Glendale nursing home’s deaths rise, it challenges others: Make your COVID-19 cases public

Glencroft Center for Modern Aging said officials will release COVID data daily.

By Anne Ryman | Arizona Republic 

A Glendale nursing home that reported nearly 70 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and seven deaths earlier this month has seen the outbreak spread to nearly 100 cases and 16 deaths.

Rather than hide the coronavirus outbreaks from the public, as some long-term care facilities have done, Glencroft Center for Modern Aging said in a statement Monday that officials will release data daily. 

“By releasing this data we hope it inspires others to do so and encourage our industry to be as transparent as possible,” said Scott McClintock, Glencroft’s chief strategy officer.

Glencroft’s decision to release its data voluntarily comes as the Arizona Department of Health Services has refused to provide the names of nursing homes with COVID-19 outbreaks, arguing the information is confidential and would be bad for business.


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