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The American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living will soon face their "most formidable challenge of all," in delivering a proposal for payment reform to Congress, chairman of the board of governors Leonard Russ told attendees at the organization's annual convention in San Antonio on Monday.
Costly care drives people from private to public Medicare... Non-electronic communication prevents depression in seniors... CDC: New antibiotic-resistant superbug an emerging threat
An Illinois continuing care retirement community will pay a proposed $255,000 to settle allegations that it discriminated against residents with disabilities, the U.S. Department of Justice announced yesterday.
Commonly overlooked clinical indicators can lead to a nursing home resident being transferred, an expert advised Monday.
Newly licensed nurses who work overtime and night shifts have an increased risk of occupational injuries, a new study has found.
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