Tossed from Medicare once, nursing home psychologist pleads guilty in second fraud scheme
Dec 14, 2022
A nursing home psychologist previously excluded from the Medicare program over fraud allegations has pleaded guilty to new charges that he bilked the government out of another $2.5 million.
FBI investigating whether state gave Justice Department false nursing home data
Mar 23, 2021
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is now facing a new federal inquiry stemming from the revelation that his office lied about the state’s nursing home coronavirus death data.
Union officials: Nursing home in bankruptcy raided by federal agents while residents watched
May 23, 2018
Residents of a Connecticut nursing home that is already facing bankruptcy watched Tuesday as federal agents raided the facility’s administrative offices.
Latest Medicare fraud allegations just an appetizer
May 10, 2013
As we’ve been predicting here for some time, allegations of mismanaged therapy care are starting to land nursing homes in some seriously hot water.
Survey: Most nursing home administrators say background checks are helpful, efficient
Feb 10, 2012
Criminal background checks have not been found to significantly limit the quantity or quality of candidates for nursing home jobs, a top nursing home advocate says. A recent government survey of nursing...