Print Issue: March 1, 2019
QPP stands for Quality Payment Program, which is a new program from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for billing based on quality measures and reaching benchmarks and facility performance.
Seniors who don’t experience sleep disturbances could expect six years more of good health compared to those who report severe disturbances.
A group of researchers in Italy is calling management of dysphagia a priority issue for nursing homes after studying the swallowing disorder and its role in mortality.
McKnight’s spends a minute with the chief operating officer of Orthopaedic and Neurological Rehabilitation, Inc.
An antidepressant drug used to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder may save patients from sepsis, a University of Virginia School of Medicine professor has found.
A hormone called irisin, which is released into circulation during physical activity, may promote neuronal growth, which is critical for learning and memory.
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