Dozens of elderly residents have died from COVID-19 in Monroe County nursing homes, and advocates are questioning both the handling and reporting of those cases and the state’s Emergency or Disaster Treatment Protection Act, which partly shields nursing homes from ...Read More »
As the nation’s courts wrestle with rules for nursing home arbitration agreements, one Virginia lawyer says he’s making arbitration work for his clients in nursing home cases. Not all his colleagues are on board, however. The issue is a familiar ...Read More »
PROVIDENCE, RI — Nursing homes commonly include mandatory arbitration agreements in the paperwork they have new patients sign, but the practice is increasingly the target of court challenges across the country. Much of the criticism centers on how the ...Read More »
Nursing homes can improve billing results with a service called Source Solutions, a new capability operated by two organizations of long-term care billing experts — Bonadio Receivable Solutions and MDS Solutions. Claudia Groenevelt, director of Bonadio Receivable Solutions, said the ...
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Rules promulgated by an assisted living nonprofit organization that restrict access by attorneys and advocates to residential care home residents are inconsistent with New York State Department of Health regulations, the New York State Court of Appeals said in a 5-2 decision last week.Read More »
Monroe County Supreme Court Public Health Law Nursing Homes — Medicaid The Brightonian Nursing Home v. Daines 2009-13213 Judge Rosenbaum Background: Monroe County Supreme Court Judge Rosenbaum ruled New York State Public Health Law §2808(5)(c) unconstitutional due to its effect ...Read More »
A Monroe County Supreme Court justice last week ruled a relatively new state law is unconstitutional. Judge Matthew A. Rosenbaum decided Thursday that Public Health Law §2808(5)(c), which deals with spending by nursing home owners, infringes on their rights.Read More »