Monthly Archives: August 2009

Study Finds Not-for-profit Nursing Homes Provide Better Care than For-profits

A recent study published in the British Medical Journal has found that nonprofit nursing homes provide better care than their for-profit counterparts. Continue reading


Sneak Preview of the “AAHSA House”

At its 2009 Annual Meeting & Conference, AAHSA will construct a 2,600 square foot senior-friendly house adjacent to the Exhibit Hall. Continue reading

“Red Flags” Rule Delayed Until November

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently decided to delay enforcement of the “Red Flags” Rule to November 1, 2009. This is the third delay of enforcement which, prior to the announcement, was due to take effect on August 1, 2009.  Continue reading

Appeals court again sides with healthcare providers over state cuts to Medicaid – McKnight’s Long Term Care News

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit again has ruled that California’s lawmakers cannot cut reimbursements to the state’s Medicaid program solely because it needs to reduce expenditures. Continue reading

Dr. Bill Thomas: “Euthanizing Old People Conspiracies are Crazy”

Dr. Bill Thomas of the Eden Alternative speaks out on the “Death Panel” conspiracies circulating in the health care reform debate.

How Health Insurance Reform Will Benefit California

The Obama Administration recently releasead a report about how insurance reform will benefit individual states. Continue reading

IRS Releases FAQs on Form 990 Schedule R (Related Organizations)

IRS Releases FAQs on Form 990 Schedule R (Related Organizations)

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