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Congress passes budget that would extend Medicare cuts, soften sequestration

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A bipartisan budget deal is on the verge of becoming law, after being passed by the U.S. Senate in a 64-36 vote on Wednesday. Long-term care leaders called for passage of the two-year spending plan after it was released last week, saying it will provide needed stability and end the type of political brinkmanship that closed the government in October.

Senior living operators can choose happiness — which really annoys some economists

Senior living operators can choose happiness — which really annoys some economists

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In recent times, federal deficit spending has only gotten worse. But now that it appears there are some bright spots, it's a bad thing? Depends on whom you talk to.

Unicorns, leprechauns, CBO Scoring and other mythical things

Unicorns, leprechauns, CBO Scoring and other mythical things

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I recently attended the National Transition of Care Coalition Summit in Washington. It was an eye-opener.

Providers tackle Capitol Hill in person to try to prevent funding cuts

Providers tackle Capitol Hill in person to try to prevent funding cuts

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Preventing further reimbursement cuts, home- and community-based services, and housing will be the main topics of conversation Tuesday, when long-term care providers personally visit dozens of their respective U.S. lawmakers in Washington.

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