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Improper fee-for-service payment rates in the Medicare program dropped from 11% in 2016 to 9.5% in 2017 — the lowest rate since 2013, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services reported.

The economic and racial makeup of the neighborhood where a nursing home is located plays a big role in how financially stressed it is, a new study confirms.

A Florida long-term care provider association is voicing concerns over whether or not the state government will help providers cover the costs of installing generators in their facilities.

Yelp ratings for nursing homes typically lower than Nursing Home Compare ... OIG to investigate use of funds by Medicaid managed care organizations ... Sleep deprivation may raise cardiovascular disease risk in older women

A new type of antipsychotic pill approved by the Food and Drug Administration will be able to share information about when it was taken with patients and providers — but it comes with a warning for older patients with dementia.

Provider win: Florida appeals court says generator rule remains invalid ... 97% of complaints against Minnesota nursing homes never investigated ... Majority of LTC facilities lacking data interoperability, market research firm says

A program that placed administrators-in-training into the shoes of nursing home residents helped promote person-centered care, new research finds.

The results of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' program to reduce hospital readmissions are being called into question by two new studies — with one suggesting the initiative may have the "unintended consequence" of raising patient mortality rates.

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