Executive Regulatory Compliance
Florida’s Legislature has approved a rule requiring backup power sources in the state’s nursing homes, prompted by the deaths of several residents at a sweltering nursing home in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.Read More >>
The OIG recommends the CMS accelerate its efforts to begin a new method for paying for therapy.
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The U.S. Supreme Court voted 6-3 today to uphold marketplace subsidies in the landmark case King v Burwell.Read More >>
Workgroups responsible for implementing the standardization of documentation codes across care settings under the Improving Medicare Post-Acute Care Transformation Act of 2014 (IMPACT Act) have been busy during the past year, and SNFs may have to be ready to report under the new assessment data as early as fall 2016, noted panel presenters at this week's Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Health IT Summit in Baltimore.Read More >>
By March 2016, states with Medicaid providers must be ranked has having a "high," moderate," or "limited" risk of defrauding the program.Read More >>
Can a resident with dementia provide true consent for sexual intimacy? Can an intimate relationship, even between spouses, ever be considered abuse? Answer: It depends.Read More >>