The Senate failed to approve legislation meant to enhance antipsychotic regulations in nursing homes, despite passing the bill to which it was attached.
Healthcare reform efforts intended to reduce hospital readmissions are here to stay, experts said during a recent McKnight’s webcast.
A program meant to transition nursing home residents out of institutional care and into their own communities is not meeting projected transfer rates, a national analysis finds.
The risk for falls among newly admitted, short-stay nursing home residents is correlated to certified nursing assistant staffing levels, new research finds.
Seniors who’ve had shingles have a low short-term risk for coming down with the painful skin condition again, regardless of vaccination status, researchers say.
Lawmakers blasted a Medicaid anti-fraud program that has cost taxpayers more than five times as much as it recovered.
Daily use of antimicrobial wipes combined with standard bathing helped one facility cut its methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus transmission rate by 82%, a study found.
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Federal officials unveiled a medication reduction initiative with an ambitious goal: trimming antipsychotic drug use among residents by 15% this year.
A GOP proposal to use Medicaid provider assessments to offset subsidies to the Stafford student loan program has drawn the fire of a leading provider association.
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