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Investors want occupied beds and claim Emeritus isn't filling them fast enough to suit Wall Street, which has punished the company's new owner with declining share value.
Documents posted to a file-sharing website could have been used to steal medical record and credit card information from three nursing homes in New York state, according to a Tuesday report in the Wall Street Journal.
'Scary' front-page story gave scant attention to benefits of long-term care insurance, industry group saysJuly 08, 2013
Long-term care insurance has benefited policyholders more than a recent Wall Street Journal front-page story indicates, according to the nation's largest LTC insurance trade group.
If the AARP convention last week was any indication, some seniors aren't buying what Paul Ryan is selling. The question is, are you?