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Senate Republicans' bill to replace the Affordable Care Act would cut federal spending on Medicaid by $772 billion through 2026, according to an analysis released Monday by the Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation. The news reinforces operator fears that states will cut funding for home- and community-based services.
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A federal judge has permanently dismissed a lawsuit in which a former employee accused Brookdale Senior Living and subsidiaries of submitting approximately $35 million in fraudulent Medicare claims for reimbursement.
One in six older adults around the world has experienced some type of abuse, according to recent research by the World Health Organization study. The number is higher than previously thought.
Results of a new study might create a sense of urgency in both senior living residents and operators regarding sexual expression policies.
For a variety of reasons, many senior living organizations are changing their names. A common idea underlies many of the moves, however.
We all hear that communication is important, but what do we do about it? Here are some tips to enhance communication mindfulness.
As Congress has developed healthcare legislation to replace the Affordable Care Act, a dangerous proposal has emerged that would dramatically alter Medicaid's financial structure and shift far more of the risk for the increasing cost of care to the states, where budgets are ill-equipped to deal with the burden.
Alcohol and drug abuse is a somewhat hidden problem in the eldercare arena, as many caregivers and medical professionals fail to recognize it for what it is.
One way that managers of senior living communities can control expenses is to reduce lighting costs. The cost of LED lighting may be less than you think.
Richmond, VA-based Virginia United Methodist Homes announced a name change Monday to Pinnacle Living in an effort to shed the word home and to clarify to the public that residents and employees of any faith are welcome.
Seattle-based senior housing developer and owner Columbia Pacific Advisors and its founders announced the pending purchase of Hawthorn Retirement Group, a Vancouver, WA-based owner, developer and operator of senior housing communities in 20 states and two Canadian provinces, on Monday.