The only problem is, the senior and the roommate must consent and you know that these “professional” guardians (of death) will never consent. Also, there will be sign posted the room is electronically monitored, so it will be interesting to see if more seniors die more quickly in non-monitored rooms.
The nursing homes should love this because they will know right away whom to blame and whom to fire if there is a problem.
It also does not say if the family members will get a real time feed of what the staff is really doing to their loved one.
It also does not address the problem of seniors being narcotized to death and then there is no tox screen and no autopsy, no preservation of hair and nails for long term drugging.
All that needs to happen too.
Illinios must keep its seniors safe. The narcotizing of seniors for money has to end.
So far the looting of estates, missing assets and the repeated quashing of service to the senior and family members (Sykes), the fact that the head of the Ill. ARDC Jerome Larkin and his staff (Opryszek, Smart, Splitt) looks the other way when seniors are narcotized to death (Sykes, Gore, Drabik, Baker, etc.) is all wrong. It has to end.