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A former Ohio nursing home operator will pay nearly $170,000 to state and federal health agencies after its owner pleaded guilty to engaging in "corrupt activity," state Attorney General Mike DeWine's office announced on Monday.
A Pennsylvania healthcare provider has agreed to pay $300,000 in back pay and damages to six employees who claim they were denied a religious exemption from the facility's mandatory vaccination policy and ultimately fired.
A German politician is making the headlines for her suggestion that the government pay for prostitutes for poor and elderly people, including those living in nursing homes.
The death of a Virginia nursing home resident who died after being pushed by another resident has been ruled a homicide, but no charges are expected to be filed, authorities announced on Thursday.
Nursing care occupancy rates remained at 86.8% in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to new data released Monday by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care.