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One of the nursing home industry's top leaders is firing back at a Washington Post opinion piece that alleged that SNF care is declining because of fewer regulations and lax oversight. The post Nursing home industry leader snaps back at claims o

The wife of a Washington nursing home resident cannot sue a provider by citing a federal law that sets standards for facilities. The post Spouse cannot sue SNF based on Federal Nursing Home Reform Amendments appeared first on McKnight's Long Ter

Skilled nursing providers who care for dual-eligible beneficiaries are being put at a disadvantage by risk models that are leaving out key pieces of information. The post Caring for dual-eligibles could be putting providers in a no-win situation, stu

Washington Senate passes payroll tax to offset LTC costs … Bill would increase personal needs allowance for residents … Fugitive accused of $10.7M SNF fraud pleads guilty, faces up to 10 years The post Also in the News for Thursday, April 18 appeared

DNAnexus Inc., and Sutter Health network have started a large-scale clinico-genomic multiple sclerosis research effort. The post DNANexus launches multiple sclerosis study that uses EHR data appeared first on McKnight's Long Term Care News.

SmartLinx announced Providence Healthcare Management has chosen its integrated suite to manage staffing for its assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. The post Providence Healthcare Management chooses workforce platform appeared first on McK

Greystone has provided a $58.8 million HUD-insured loan to refinance a skilled nursing facility in Southampton, NY, the firm said. The post SNF receives $59M in financing appeared first on McKnight's Long Term Care News.

Oxford Finance LLC announced the closing of a $96 million term loan to an affiliate of Summit Healthcare REIT Inc. The post REIT affiliate receives $96M in loans appeared first on McKnight's Long Term Care News.

Lenbrook, a life plan community in Atlanta, has selected K4Connect’s K4Community for its residents and staff. The post Lenbrook chooses ‘smart community’ platform appeared first on McKnight's Long Term Care News.

TimeSlips, a creative story telling program for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia, has relaunched its website. The post TimeSlips relaunches website appeared first on McKnight's Long Term Care News.

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