Adult Day Care

NY nursing home operator to pay $6.5 million after being busted by an undercover senior

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A New York-based long-term care company has agreed to a $6.5 million settlement with the state over practices at an adult day care location, Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced Tuesday.

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Governors warn constituents about states' dire budget issues

Both newly elected and re-elected governors have made the choice to be brutally honest with constituents by outlining the dire straits of their respective state budgets in inaugural remarks. Medicaid and other healthcare funding sources are at risk in many areas.

Health reform, Steve Jobs and owning more of the aging services pie

Health reform, Steve Jobs and owning more of the aging services pie

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To survive in this new era of healthcare reform, long-term care organizations need to carve out a bigger role in the continuum of care.

Bill would allow Medicare to pay for adult day care services

In a move that would further shift the focus of long-term care away from nursing homes and toward other home- and community-based services, Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA) Thursday introduced a bill that would allow Medicare to pay for adult day care services.