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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
Omnicare was accused of offering "illegal remuneration to skilled nursing facilities in exchange for referrals to its pharmacy business."
Ziegler released an early glimpse of the LeadingAge Ziegler 150 in an email last week.
Kaiser Health News reports only a third of African American Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in hospice before death, compared to half of white beneficiaries.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid announced that 2,100 participants have moved on to the contract, risk-bearing period of the bundling pilot program.
New Senior Investment Group acquired 28 private pay, independent living properties from Holiday Retirement.
Seniors living in nursing homes are more likely to be dehydrated than seniors living independently, according to a new study.
Four long-term/post-acute care providers have earned this year's top quality awards from the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living.
Massachusetts lawmakers are asking that the process companies go through to sell or close a nursing home become more public.
The task force has been asked to identify ways the health department can advance quality improvement in the state's LTC facilities.
Sen. Bob Casey (D-Penn.) has called for an investigation of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid's five-star nursing home compare tool.
An assisted living owner looking to sell the building puts the heat on residents to vacate the premises by turning off their air conditioning.
More seniors and their families are using the Internet to evaluate and "window shop" for assisted living communities. What does your website say about you?