Mark Malcolm, former coroner for  Pulaski County, Ark., said a 1999 Arkansas law  requiring nursing homes to report all deaths to the coroner has led to fewer suspicious deaths and improved care at the facilities.
Mark Malcolm, former coroner for Pulaski County, Ark., said a 1999 Arkansas law requiring nursing homes to report all deaths to the coroner has led to fewer suspicious deaths and improved care at the facilities.
Mark Malcolm, former coroner for Pulaski County, Ark., said a 1999 Arkansas law requiring nursing homes to report all deaths to the coroner has led to fewer suspicious deaths and improved care at the facilities.

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July 12, 2010 12:00 AM

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