Editors' Blog: Medicare Part B therapy caps' wrath
Nursing home company reaches $2.7 million settlement in therapy billing case
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services needs to address issues with its data collection in order to give a better picture of nursing home quality, a new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office recommends.
A Texas skilled nursing facility operator will pay $3 million to settle allegations that it received kickbacks from ambulance companies, the Department of Justice announced Monday.
More than 500 nursing assistants in Minnesota will be required to retake a certification test due to "suspicious" patterns in test results, the state's health department announced Tuesday.