The 10 states that had completed participation in the National Background Check program for long-term care provider organizations had applicant ineligibility rates on background checks ranging from 0.04% in Delaware to 8.07% in Alaska. States that completed the program included Alaska, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Missouri, New Mexico, and Rhode Island. In total across the 10 states, provider organizations used the program to conduct 1,591,983 background checks. The background checks revealed that 79,178 applicants were ineligible to work in a long-term care setting. These long-term care provider . . .