An Iowa prosecutor is dropping felony charges against a nursing home operator accused of misusing cash from a resident’s personal funds.
Beyond black and white
Aug 11, 2014
The movement in long-term care is full of color and adventure and is no longer about black and white tasks to check off. Our journey to creating a world of color, no matter how small each idea may be,...
Rhode Island is No. 1 HIPAA enforcer in state rankings
Stephanie H. Kim
Jul 16, 2014
Healthcare providers may feel more pressure of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act enforcement in states like Rhode Island and Alaska, according to data compiled by TrueVault, a HIPAA compliance...
States get enhanced Medicaid funding for home- and community-based services
Jun 15, 2012
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced enhanced Medicaid funding to states looking to provide more community-based services to elderly and disabled individuals.
Iowa lawmakers propose special nursing home for sex offenders
Jan 18, 2012
A small group of Iowa lawmakers say the state needs a nursing home that serves registered elderly sex offenders.
Iowa governor introduces LTC sex offender rule
Jan 11, 2012
Iowa governor Terry Branstad (R) will ask the state legislature to require notification when sex offenders move into long-term care facilities, he said Monday.