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Latest ACO dropout blames issues with payment system  

McKnights - Tim Mullaney A California healthcare system is the latest dropout from the Pioneer Accountable Care Organization program, citing that payments are not adjusted by region.

Guess who's asking whether to discontinue skilled care?  

McKnights - John O'Connor Thanks to changing policies and marketplace realities, standalone skilled care appears headed for the proverbial ash heap of history.

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'Malnourished minds'  

Why it matters that 4.4 billion people don't have internet

Occupancy passes 90%  

Seniors housing stock enjoyed occupancy rates above 90% in the third quarter

You call this a plan to reduce nursing homes?  

It appears that a federal effort to downsize nursing homes might end up doing just the opposite.

Bulk of Medicaid to be managed care in two years:  

More than three-quarters of Medicaid beneficiaries will be enrolled in a managed care plan as of 2016

Without a UPI, healthcare awash in SSNs  

Our EMR is designed so you can't get past the system unless you have their Social Security number in that field

HHS launches $840M in new IT incentives  

Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative aims to drive better quality, more coordination

HIT leads list of top 10 safety concerns  

Health information technology systems have made their way to the No. 1 patient safety concern for healthcare organizations, according to the findings of a new ECRI industry report.

Amazing Village Designed For People With Dementia  

Proper Protection  

Long-term care facility operators shouldn't leave themselves in the dark when it comes to protecting their data.

Brain training helped older adults stay sharp for  

A brief course of brain exercises helped older adults hold on to improvements in reasoning skills and processing speed for 10 years

Report: Microsoft to Release a Windows Overhaul Ne  

Microsoft will release more details about its Windows-related plans at its Build developer conference in April 2014.

New Medicaid Rules for HCBS Settings  

Will have to administer person-centered care to qualify for payments through Medicaid,

Microsoft - Internet Explorer 11 browser for WIn 7  

The new browser had already been part of the Windows 8.1 upgrade the company released last month.

HackFest winners build virtual bridge for seniors  

Homebound elderly people might soon have easy virtual access to activities offered by senior living communities


Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA) has introduced legislation that would eliminate a major hurdle to rehabilitation

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