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Medicaid managed care may have reached a "tipping point" in 2014, with the number of managed care beneficiaries swelling while fee-for-service enrollment actually dropped, according to a recently released report from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
An assisted living worker in North Carolina stopped helping residents during a fire Wednesday and fled the scene, because he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest, according to news sources.
A recent, first-of-its-kind HIPAA settlement demonstrates that long-term care and other providers need to be vigilant about updating software and other basic security tasks, officials say.
NJ nursing home workers protest over wages ... More hospitals to see Medicare bump due to value-based purchasing ... CDC updates chronic kidney disease website
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Our social media overlords have their sights set on enslaving the planet's seniors.”
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"What is your favorite place in the building where you work, and why?"
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