Families for Better Care today announced that two Florida nursing homes were recently added to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Special Focus Facility list—a federal watch list for nursing homes with a “history of serious quality issues.”
An elderly woman called the I-Team after a hip replacement surgery in the hospital led to a strip search in a local nursing home.
Bad care leads to dozens of avoidable deaths in Pennsylvania nursing homes.
It’s more profitable for nursing homes to roll the dice with the potential for enforcement, or litigation, than to hire more staff, especially with some penalties being little more than slaps on the wrist.
Two nursing home residents were bludgeoned to death inside their room at Lexington Place Nursing Home in Houston.
The co-founders of a Hixson nursing home business paid themselves six-figure salaries and drove company-financed Porsches while failing to pay employees, utility bills, taxes and creditors, according to court documents.
Skilled nursing facility prices hit record highs in 2015 with an average price of $85,900 per bed, according to a new report.
Employees at Scottsville Manor nursing home are working to reassure their residents that they are safe after another resident, Gary Glueck, 71, was killed.
Miami mayor calls for tougher accountability of Florida nursing homes.
In a move that would give new meaning to Missouri’s nickname of the “Show Me State,” a lawmaker there is sponsoring three bills that would require long-term care facilities to honor resident requests to install electronic monitoring equipment in their rooms.