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Supreme Court's message to long-term care operators: You're not worthy

Supreme Court's message to long-term care operators: You're not worthy

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It has been said that we are the residue of our choices. If that's true, what should we make of the Supreme Court these days?

Supreme Court will not weigh in on providers' arbitration agreement concerns

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The U.S. Supreme Court will not overturn two state court rulings allowing descendants of nursing home residents to bring wrongful death lawsuits against providers. Both cases involve arbitration agreements.

Petition seeks clarity on arbitration

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Nursing home company SSC Odin Operating Co. has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to again weigh in on arbitration agreements.

HHS finalizes ICD-10 delay

HHS finalizes ICD-10 delay

Healthcare providers will have an extra year to become compliant with ICD-10 coding standards and will be issued standardized identification codes, according to a final rule issued by Department of Health and Human Services on Friday.

West Virginia courts incorrectly applied federal law in nursing home arbitration cases, U.S. Supreme Court rules

The West Virginia Supreme Court must re-examine a major ruling that make nursing home arbitration agreements invalid, according to a U.S. Supreme Court decision Tuesday.