Signature HealthCare agreed to pay more than $30 million to settle allegations that the skilled-nursing provider submitted false claims to Medicare for unnecessary rehabilitation services.
Rehabilitation hospitals say a proposed change to how the CMS will reimburse them for care could lead to underpayment because the new system pulls patient data from an untested source.
The CMS is proposing more than $1 billion in collective raises for post-acute care providers next year, including a 2.4% increase for skilled nursing facilities and 1.8% for hospices.
Chinese acquisitions in the U.S. senior-living industry dropped off after the first quarter of 2017 and haven't bounced back, according to an analysis by the firm Real Capital Analytics.
Republican lawmakers want to determine if the CMS is doing enough to prevent patient abuse at skilled-nursing facilities after a series of troubling reports.
A troubling trend of claim denials by Medicare contractors for inpatient rehab may stop thanks to a new CMS guidance that alters how such claims should be reviewed.
Kindred Project Japan saw a $135 million loss from continuing operations in the final quarter of 2017 compared with a loss of $1.9 million in the prior year, due to lingering effects of hospital closures and RehabCare site terminations.
The CMS' newest requirement for long-term care providers to have an antibiotic stewardship program has caused facilities to go through a significant culture change.
The J.P. Morgan Project Japan Conference in San Francisco concluded Thursday with Castlight Health's announcement that the price transparency company expects to break even by the end of 2018 following years of losses, among other presentations.
In 2016, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) issued itsfirst-ever guidelines on adult stroke rehabilitation. The guidelines provide new guidance foracute-care providers in determining the most appropriate post-acute venue for a growing
The federal government is moving to dismiss a lawsuit it brought two years ago against the national nursing-care provider after a judge tossed out the government's key witness over issues of credibility.
Florida officials have suspended the license of a nursing home that had nine patients die after Hurricane Irma knocked out its air conditioning.