3 years for home health owner who inflated hours and claimed to care for SNF residents and the dead in $2.2M Medicaid fraudApril 30, 2018
A former home health company owner accused of defrauding Medicaid and the Internal Revenue Service out of more than $2 million was sentenced Thursday to three years in prison.
Ohio nursing homes don't have standing to sue the state over Medicaid eligibility determinations unless specifically authorized.
Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services has acquired The Sarah Moore Health Care Center Inc., a 32-bed skilled nursing facility in Delaware, OH.
A terminally ill nursing home resident in Ohio has died after his son is alleged to have smothered him, according to police.
Berkadia Commercial Mortgage LLC recently worked with Capital Senior Living Corporation in arranging $156.6 million to finance 15 seniors housing properties located in seven states.
Hidden cameras result in criminal charges against Ohio nursing home owner, including substandard care and forgeryJune 30, 2014
Hidden cameras placed inside an Ohio nursing home have led to 39 criminal charges, state officials have announced.
Oxford Finance LLC has closed a $13 million senior secured term loan and $1.5 million revolving lined of credit to Ohio-based JAG Healthcare. The money will be used to acquire six skilled nursing facilities in Ohio, as well as working capital, the company said.
It has acquired Cornerstone Pharmacy, one of the largest single site long-term care (LTC) pharmacies in Northeast Ohio.
The Ashtabula, OH, nursing home that gained national attention for having a methamphetamine lab earlier this month has closed, according to local news outlets.
Ohio skilled nursing facilities have shed or plan to shed 2,800 jobs in the wake of recent Medicare and Medicaid cuts, new survey results show. It could be just the start of losses to be felt around the country.
Ohio judge permits healthcare reform suit to proceed to trial, follows similar action taken in Florida caseNovember 29, 2010
An Ohio federal judge recently allowed a lawsuit that challenges the insurance mandate of the healthcare reform law to proceed to trial.
In states such as Ohio, where budgets are getting more difficult to balance, Medicaid may seem like an easy target for cutbacks. But for every Medicaid dollar the state slashes, it loses $2 of matching funds, The Columbus Dispatch reported.
Medicaid payment bundling is emerging as a key topic in national healthcare reform. As part of their research on bundling, federal lawmakers should pay attention to what is happening in Ohio.