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CMS Study Sabotages Efforts to Bolster Nursing Home Staffing, Advocates Say

The Biden administration last year promised to establish minimum staffing levels for the nation’s roughly 15,000 nursing homes.

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financial, work, estate, retirement, IRA

Can a Nursing Home Take Our IRA?

My wife and I are elderly. I have an individual retirement account (IRA) worth about $100,000, and we have a trust set up through our children to protect our assets.

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Health Care Vaccine Mandate Remains As Some Push For An End

At Truman Lake Manor in rural Missouri, every day begins the same way for every employee entering the nursing home’s doors, with a swab up the nose, a swirl of testing solution and a brief wait to see whether a thin red line appears indicating a positive COVID-19 case. 

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Supreme Court To Hear Nursing Home Case That Could Affect Millions

When Susie Talevski sued the agency that managed her elderly father’s care before he died, she hoped to get justice for her family.

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Assisted Living, nursing

Nursing Facilities And Predatory Owners

There are more than 15,500 Medicare- and Medicaid-certified nursing facilities in America today, with more than 1.4 million residents.

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Medicare Patients Win Right To Appeal Gap In Nursing Home Coverage

A three-judge federal appeals court panel in Connecticut has likely ended an 11-year fight against a frustrating and confusing rule that left hundreds of thousands of Medicare beneficiaries without coverage for nursing home care, and no way to challenge a denial.

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