U.S. Supreme Court
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?
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a petition from Extendicare Homes to review a conflict over an arbitration agreement and wrongful death lawsuit.
If the U.S. Supreme Court thought it had the final word on the validity of certain nursing home admissions arbitration agreements in 2012, well, it was wrong.
Recession-related state budget shortfalls are the result of revenue decline, not greater spending on Medicaid, a new report suggests.
I don't know when I've ever heard louder joyful shouts of, "We didn't lose!"
The U.S. Supreme Court has not ruled against the idea of providers suing the state of California for its efforts to cut Medicaid reimbursements by 10%. The nation's highest court sent the case back to the 9th Circuit Court for further consideration.
West Virginia courts incorrectly applied federal law in nursing home arbitration cases, U.S. Supreme Court rulesFebruary 22, 2012
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.
The attorneys general of 12 states, plus one governor, filed an amicus brief last week with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of the Affordable Care Act's expansion of Medicaid.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a case that could ultimately allow the state of California—and others— to make payment cuts to Medicaid providers, including long-term care operators.
Five national groups filed a class action lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services over a Medicare policy that requires a patient to exhibit "demonstrable improvements" in order to qualify for skilled nursing care and physical, speech and occupational therapy.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined a request from a conservative California legal group to hear a challenge to the Obama administration's healthcare reform bill. The group took issue with the bill's mandate requiring all Americans to purchase health insurance.
The U.S. Supreme Court has let stand a federal appeals court ruling that says California's Medicaid providers have a right to challenge state cuts to Medi-Cal provider fees.