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Welltower promotes, Brookdale appoints, and Charter Senior living staffs in rundown of latest news

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Four Connecticut nursing homes fined

The state Department of Public Health has fined four nursing homes following staff errors and lapses in care earlier this year.

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Some hospice providers neglecting patients, abusing Medicare, according to HHS report

The report calls for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which is a key player in the funding of hospice services, to increase its level of scrutiny to improve the detection of these problems.

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CMS gives one-star ratings to nearly 1400 nursing homes

Less than a month after a New York Times story revealed concerns about insufficient nursing home staffing levels, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) handed out nearly 1,400 one-star reviews.

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Blue Ridge CEO falls on sword, fires self to cut assisted living facility’s costs

The top executive of an assisted living community and rehab facility in Martinsville, Virginia, is soon to be out of a job, and it’s by his own design.

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Independent housing, home-based services push SNF to full occupancy

Fort Hudson, which is based in Fort Edward, N.Y., in upstate Washington County,  was originally incorporated as an 80-bed nursing home in 1969, and it didn’t end up expanding into independent housing until the year 2000. 

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Wisconsin faces growing long-term care demands versus dwindling work force

Seven nursing homes in Wisconsin have closed this year, according to the Department of Health Services. In the last five years, 27 have closed.

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Reports, reality disagree in latest government data

Most nursing homes had fewer nurses and caretaking staff than they had reported to the government for years, according to new federal data, bolstering the long-held suspicions of many families that staffing levels were often inadequate.

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Undercover operation discovers discrimination at nursing facilities

The suit follows nearly two years of undercover inquiries.

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Redding nursing home employees endure heat for improved wages and benefits

Members of the Service Employees International Union carried signs and chanted as they stood on the sidewalk outside Windsor Care Center on Court Street.

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