Most Recent Articles by Elizabeth Leis Newman
The owner of two pharmacies in Alabama has pleaded guilty to charges of obstructing a Medicare audit. He will pay a $2.5 million government penalty.
An Arkansas panel voted last week to affirm a $320,000 claim against the state's Department of Human Services in a nursing home wrongful death lawsuit.
While pleased with a court decision mandating that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services should do better in explaining maintenance coverage under the landmark Jimmo case, leading long-term care experts said more can be done.
Calcium supplements are tied to an increased risk of dementia in senior women who have had a stroke, researchers have found.
As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump prepare their transition teams as part of their hoped-for march to the White House, one position is sure to catch long-term care officials' notice: The future leader of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.