The American Medical Directors Association's annual conference takes place Thursday through March 2 in Nashville. Billed as the "premier" medicine conference for post-acute and long-term care, the theme this year is "Creating Harmony in Long Term Care."
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A lot of things were different in long-term care back in 1962. Never mind the stiff uniforms, spartan buildings and low technology. Medicare and Medicaid were still a few years from being born by President Lyndon B. Johnson's executive pen. But there's been at least one constant since then.