Missouri

Louisiana, Missouri leaders wrestle with 'granny cam' laws

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In-room nursing home cameras could soon be operating in a sixth state, thanks to the signature of Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D).

104-day strike nets nursing home employees a 20-cent raise, health insurance concession

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Workers at Christian Care Home in Ferguson, MO, have approved a new labor contract that calls for across-the-board raises following a 104-day strike.

Missouri politicians seek annual funding boosts for nursing homes

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The Missouri Senate has advanced a proposal to increase nursing home reimbursements.

Also in the News for Thursday, March 26

Insurance companies struggle with long-term care ... Missouri's Medicaid program lost out on $27M, audit says ... B. Smith testifies on Alzheimer's at Senate hearing ... NLRB playing catch-up due to Supreme Court decision

Berkadia announces $156 million in financing

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.

Matejka joins Gershman Mortgage

Matejka joins Gershman Mortgage

Lynn Matejka has joined the Gershman Mortgage as a project loan administrator in company's Clayton office.

States get enhanced Medicaid funding for home- and community-based services

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced enhanced Medicaid funding to states looking to provide more community-based services to elderly and disabled individuals.

A survey you don't have to worry about

A survey you don't have to worry about

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The quality of nursing home care is improving — and residents and their families are noticing. That's the message two industry researchers want administrators and caregivers to take away from new survey findings.

Nursing home residents dead after Missouri tornado

Nursing home residents dead after Missouri tornado

At least 10 nursing home residents and one employee were killed in a Sunday tornado that hit Joplin, MO. The storm killed at least 117 people, and may have caused up to $3 billion in insured losses to 10,000 buildings, according to a preliminary estimate released Tuesday by Eqecat Inc.