Police in Oklahoma said they busted two nursing home employees for prescription drug theft after stopping one of them in connection with an undercover gun buy and finding pilfered pill bottles in the car he was driving.
Budget cuts in Oklahoma may kill a program aimed at keeping seniors in their homes, resulting in up to 10,000 home care patients needing to move into nursing homes, according to local reports.
Several long-term care facilities across Oklahoma and Nebraska were damaged by flash floods after severe weather and high winds tore through the nation's midsection last weekend, forcing resident evacuations.
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.
As the principal investigator of a three-year Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) Challenge Grant, Yeaman Consulting is focusing on improving transitions of care between hospitals and long-term care (LTC) facilities by implementing electronic health information exchange to support resident care during and after transfers.
An Oklahoma provider is appealing after it was slapped with Immediate Jeopardy citations and $168,000 in fines for housing inmates injured in a prison riot.
It's hardly a secret that many nursing home employees were once convicted of crimes. But facilities generally don't accept inmates still serving time, with perhaps one notable exception
An Oklahoma nursing home was slapped with $168,000 in fines after taking in jailed inmates following a prison riot.
Three men recently agreed to pay over $5.3 million to settle charges that they issued false statements to secure mortgage financing for three Oklahoma nursing homes.
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma recently ruled that a federal regulation capping Medicare payments for hospice care providers is invalid. That echoes a Texas district court ruling handed down earlier this year.