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California Healthline Advocates Want Duals Pilot Slowed. (6/23/2014) NSCLC has called on the state to slow down implementation of its demonstration program affecting nearly 460,000 Californians.
Tommy, 75, almost was evicted from his assisted living facility. Read More.
NSCLC on Twitter
RT @PHInational: The U.S. nursing home population decreased by 20% between 2000 and 2010, the @uscensusbureau found: http://t.co/Z9WXPONPjn(about 14 hours ago)
RT @CHCFNews: 50 years of health spending in one animated chart http://t.co/89YH3e1dQt via @voxdotcom(about 14 hours ago)
@SrLivingWatch Good to hear!(about 1 day ago)
Tag Archives: Assisted Living
Free Webinar When: Thursday, July 31, 2014 2:00 – 3:00 PM EDT How good is assisted living? To a great extent, it depends on what state you’re in, as assisted living standards are dependent upon state law. This presentation will … Continue reading
In this short article for California Healthline, NSCLC’s Eric Carlson writes, “California’s assisted living system is decades out of date. As a result, the state’s assisted living residents — elderly and generally vulnerable — are increasingly at risk from substandard … Continue reading
(2/27/2014) A number of troubling incidents that have been chronicled in the media the past few years have forced a re-examination of the regulation of California’s assisted living facilities, a popular option for seniors who do not require skilled nursing …
WASHINGTON – Based on a comparison of California’s assisted living laws with those of 11 other states, the National Senior Citizens Law Center says that the state’s laws are out of date and fall short in several areas, putting residents’ …
(2007) Report: Improper and Unfair Provisions in Missouri Nursing Home Agreements. Click here.
According to a story in the Lexington Herald Leader, JustFundKy gave a $5,000 grant to the Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass to revise its patient bill of rights and train its staff to be more in tune with … Continue reading
Ensuring Quality and Oversight in Assisted Living As Medicaid beneficiaries and monies are increasingly shifted from nursing homes to assisted living facilities and other HCBS settings, it is entirely appropriate that Congress and CMS establish some standards on what type … Continue reading