FFBC director’s statement on the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ decision to offer nursing home industry “relief” by scaling back federal nursing home fines.
The Miami Herald’s recent admonishment of the Agency for Health Care Administration’s policy to remove and redact nursing home and assisted living inspections from FloridaHealthFinder.gov seems to have stirred a reaction from agency leaders, just not the one we were hoping for.
The grim reality of nursing home politics and why elderly nursing home residents continually lose their battle for safer homes.
The nursing home industry is already squawking about buying generators in response to the Hollywood tragedy. A quick reminder of their own profitability should allay any fears of unaffordability.
The latest compensation for nursing home executives running America’s largest publicly traded nursing home companies.
Families “frustrated” by lax security after intruder rapes elderly resident at Houston assisted living facility.
Florida officials impose Emergency Suspension Order after Miami assisted living facility neglected disabled residents.
WOW! That federal ban on nursing home arbitration agreements was short lived.
Florida’s vexing nursing home inspection redaction system gets some tweaks, but are they enough?
The recent report of rampant sexual assaults occurring at an upstate New York nursing home proves, once again, that more vetting is needed of parolees being considered for nursing home admission.