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Nursing Home Reporting of Reasonable Suspicion of a Crime in a Long Term Care Facility

Nursing facilities, skilled nursing facilities, hospices that provide services in long term care facilities and independent living facilities that provide services for the developmentally disabled ("facilities") are required...more

Not Your Grandmother’s Nursing Home -- Boomers and Obamacare spur a transformation of the growing long-term care industry.

The modern nursing home was born from the Social Security Act, which conditioned payments in a way meant to eliminate state-run “almshouses” serving the elderly poor. Over the following decades, the long-term care sector was...more

Elder Protections in the Affordable Care Act

Twenty-one employees of a Georgia nursing home specializing in caring for patients with Alzheimer’s disease were recently arrested on abuse charges that included using bed sheets as restraints and failing to maintain proper...more

OIG Recommends Increased CMS Enforcement of SNF Standards

Amid alleged failures of skilled nursing facilities to meet care and discharge planning requirements, OIG identifies substantial payment errors....more

Deadline Looming (March 23, 2013) for Nursing Facilities to Have "In Operation" an "Effective Compliance and Ethics Program"

On March 23, 2013, it will have been three years since President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law. This date is a significant one for the nursing home industry, not because it marks...more

ACOs and Long-Term Care: Don't Get Left Behind

With the U.S. Supreme Court decision ratifying President Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the "Affordable Care Act"), the implementation and development of accountable care organizations (ACOs) continued in...more

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