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Special memory care issue: Gaming tech meets brain health, new views on Alzheimer's research, CMS ethics compliance and more.
Researchers are reaching for new levels using video games technology for dementia treatments
Social media is ubiquitous, valuable and fun. It can also get long-term care providers into a lot of legal trouble.
By Don Rule, CEO, Translational Software
Older adults are at increased risk of adverse drug events, but would medication treatments that are tailored to each person’s genetic makeup help reduce dangerous side-effects and interactions in long-term care?
The Senate GOP has pulled the plug on its most recent attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
A recent report from the Government Accountability Office found one-quarter of reviewed plans had disproportionality high numbers of sicker people dropping out.
A recent Food and Drug Administration analysis found it’s difficult to practice evidence-based medicine for seniors because there isn’t enough data on how treatments may affect them.
Gait slowing and cognitive decline have a lot in common, especially the hippocampus, according to U. Pitt researchers.
Art is more than just beauty in the eye of the beholder. It’s a working experience that can draw out the humanity in everyone—even people with dementia.
A program pairs up senior living residents with elementary students to capture their life stories using digital devices.
GOP senators make a few big changes to the BCRA bill but stick to their guns on tax repeals and cuts to Medicaid.
The sweltering summer months can be dangerous for older adults, especially if they have chronic diseases, high blood pressure or obesity.
Senior living housing occupancy rates decreased slightly even though absorption and overall growth increased, according to Q2 2017 NIC Map data.
The new group will explore long-term and post-acute care staffing issues and provide resources to combat turnover.