On Monday, the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services released a new report evaluating nursing home assessments and care plans for residents receiving atypical antipsychotic drugs. A stunning 99% of the records reviewed failed to meet federal requirements. One-third of the assessments were untimely or deficient. 91% of care plans were written without resident or family input, and 97% were not developed with a physician. The findings demonstrate an unbelievable lack of deliberation in setting up resident care, which of course leads to sub-par treatment and avoidable suffering.