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Court: Private parties can't sue SNFs to release documents

Court: Private parties can't sue SNFs to release documents

Nursing homes can't be sued by private parties looking to access the facilities' documents, a state high court has ruled.

OIG: Nearly 30% of rehab facility patients suffer care-related harm

Almost 30% of patients who receive care at inpatient rehabilitation hospitals experience some sort of harm relating to their care, according to a new government report.

Medicaid supplemental payment rule heads to White House

A rule that would strengthen oversight of supplemental payments for Medicaid providers arrived at the White House for review this week.

Quote of the Day

Medicaid was not meant to be a parachute for the middle class or those who would artificially spend down assets in order to take advantage of a program designed for the needy.

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Living Leadership Lighten up, Francis

Lighten up, Francis

The World According to Dr. El Racism and LTC

Racism and LTC

Guest columns Shaking up the world of restorative nursing

Shaking up the world of restorative nursing

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Addressing Cognition in Geriatric Depression: Measurement- and Evidence-Based Care Strategies

Addressing Cognition in Geriatric Depression: Measurement- and Evidence-Based Care Strategies

In this recording of a live symposium for geriatric psychiatrists that took place on March 8, 2016 in Washington, DC, three leading experts explore the challenges that complicate the treatment of geriatric patients with MDD.

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