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Analysis: Reclassifying drugs led Medicare beneficiaries to pay more for generics ... Eight more patients sickened by recalled foaming wash alternative ... State report: Surveyors on scene the day of H.R. McMaster's fatal fall saw temporary nurs

The continuation of Maryland's all-payer model will allow the system to move beyond hospital walls to change the financial landscape of nursing homes, mental health facilities and other institutions.

Officials say a resident at a New Hampshire nursing home sent an employee to the hospital by spraying her with a product usually reserved for combative bears.

Long-term care professionals took full advantage of an invitation to tell House leaders Tuesday how they could cut Medicare red tape and improve resident care.

Lawsuit alleges nursing home responsible for resident's sun-exposure death ... California Attorney General appeals ruling overturning aid-in-dying law ... Efforts to improve troubled eldercare system left on the table

Once accused of defrauding Medicare of $14 million in false claims in a single year, a Florida hospice provider has agreed to pay $2.5 million to resolve the allegations.

A bill introduced by Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) Tuesday seeks more than $50 million annually to address workforce training, clinical staffing and support service issues across the U.S., as the nation prepares for the long-awaited "Silver Tsunami.

Residents of a Connecticut nursing home that is already facing bankruptcy watched Tuesday as federal agents raided the facility's administrative offices.

Officials say headway made in extensive elder abuse investigation backlog ... Nursing home that had triple-murder reopens a year later ... Surgery causes hard-to-spot cognitive loss in some seniors

A report issued Monday by the Government Accountability Office says the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services should extend tests of a prior authorization program that have saved up to $1.9 billion.

Attorneys who investigate abuse and neglect at the nation's nursing homes say the Trump administration is blocking access to records and charging large fees when they do produce them, according to interviews, government correspondence and lawsui

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that private-sector companies may force employees to individually arbitrate alleged violations of federal labor law, rather than allowing them to seek class-action remedies as a group.

Feeling down? British study points to shift work as mental health culprit ... Vermont to increase oversight of nursing home transfers ... Man charged with raping fellow nursing home resident now accused of murdering another

A Pennsylvania jury has awarded $7.5 million to the family of a dementia patient who was sexually assaulted by a fellow resident of her nursing home.

Two investors are suing an Illinois rabbi and investment firm head they say bilked them out of more than $20 million in a series of nursing home and retirement home deals.

The 2018 McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards, which is now open for entries, has doubled the number of award categories to better recognize organizations that harness technology to improve eldercare.

Moderate exercise, long thought to be a tool in the battle against Alzheimer's disease, may actually hasten symptoms if done regularly after diagnosis, a new study suggests.

NIC: Nearly $1 billion in nursing care transactions dominated by private buyers in Q1 ... Georgia panel examining proper response to scabies in nursing homes after disturbing death grabs headlines ... State investigating nursing home where resident —

Attorneys for thousands of low-income people facing Medicaid application delays in Illinois went to court this week to plead for enforcement of federal time limits.

In 2016, Massachusetts approved $35.5 million in public money to supplement pay for low-paid nursing home workers. Some nurses and aides are still waiting for their payday.

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