Big Business After Consumers Once Again

By | Nursing Home Law Blog | March 6, 2017
In 2011, the insurance, pharmaceutical, and nursing home industries worked together with an extraordinary budget to try to deceive American consumers into giving up their constitutional rights through a bill known then as HR-5. This bill would have severely harmed the rights of consumers across the country who were catastrophically injured or killed by any of those industries. View Full Post
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Nursing Home Arbitration Ban: There’s a Line in the Sand – but the Tide May Still Come In

On November 7, 2016 a federal judge in Mississippi granted a request to temporarily enjoin CMS from implementing a federal rule, scheduled to take effect November 28, 2016, banning the use of mandatory pre-dispute arbitration agreements by federally-funded skilled nursing facilities (Rule). View Full Post
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CMS Targets Inappropriate Social Media Use in Nursing Homes

By | Healthcare Law Insights | August 8, 2016
The U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published a memo (Ref:  S&C: 16-33-NH) Aug. 5, 2016, to state nursing home survey agency directors related to protecting resident privacy and prohibiting mental abuse related to photographs and audio/video recordings by nursing home staff. View Full Post
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