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
Just how much does HealthCare.gov cost?
Government officials deny the price tag on the troubled ObamaCare website
No more Rehab Medium RUG defaults
Oct. 1 has passed, and we're all still hanging in
Assisted living continues to grow while SNF stays
Assisted living continues to boom in the seniors housing market
ICD-10 implementation requires planning now, CMS a
Healthcare providers should start preparing for the fall 2014
FY2014 Final PPS Rule
CMS have issued the Final Rule for FY 2014 due to take effect in SNFs across the country on October 1, 2013.
Nay Named Director at OHCQ
Dr. Patricia Tomsko Nay has accepted the Executive Director position for the Maryland Office of Health Care Quality
LTC operators face trial in kickback scheme
Two nursing home operators are set to stand trial to face whistleblower allegations that Omnicare Inc. paid them kickbacks
High points from LTCHIT summit
The 2013 LTPAC HIT Summit, held in June in Baltimore, marked a clear turning point for advancing health IT in long-term and post acute care
Legislation could prevent deep reimbursement cuts?
$2 billion* in savings through reduced hospital readmissions.