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The number of people infected in an infamous North Dakota Hepatitis C outbreak has risen, state health officials say.
Long-term care leaders watchful after Supreme Court limits the Affordable Care Act contraception ruleJuly 01, 2014
Two hotly anticipated Supreme Court rulings handed down Monday elicited measured responses from prominent long-term care stakeholders. In one case, Hobby Lobby succeeded in its battle against the Affordable Care Act's rules over contraception coverage. The other decision dealt a blow to home healthcare unions.
Authorities in Florida have fined a nursing home $16,000 for reviving a resident with a do-not-resuscitate order, according to news reports.
Support for Medicare-style, government long-term care insurance program surges, large AP-University of Chicago poll findsMay 20, 2014
The idea of a government-run long-term care insurance program similar to Medicare has become much more popular in the last year, according to the findings of a large nationwide survey. Independent research organization NORC at the University of Chicago and The Associated Press conducted the 1,400-person poll.