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Protected: Court of Appeals Case Update 1/4/13

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Hurricane Katrina 7 Years Later: Anything Learned About Nursing Home Preparedness?

For those who observe historic anniversaries, you will note that seven years ago today, Hurricane Katrina crashed ashore in the gulf, changing and ending hundreds of thousands of lives. One small story, lost in many ways in the media focus on places like the Superdome, was how the elderly and disabled were assisted—or how efforts […]

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Government to Step Up Health Fraud Enforcement under New Health Law

Check out this story on the huge increase in enforcement dollars being put into cracking down on Medicare and Medicaid Fraud—and the use of sophisticated new computer tracking programs. http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2012/08/22/158761170/health-law-gives-medicare-fraud-fighters-new-weapons

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