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Policy Reversal Means Return of Per Day Fines for Nursing Homes

On July 19, 2021, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) rescinded a guidance issued in 2017 that significantly limited the discretion of CMS Locations to impose substantial fines for noncompliance. (For reference, the 2017 Guidance can be found here. The accompanying CMP Analytic Tool can be found here.)  More >

Does Ping Still Pack a Punch? Court Says Broader POA Can Sign Arbitration Agreement

Shockwaves rippled through Kentucky’s long-term care communities in 2012 when the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in Ping v. Beverly Enterprises, Inc. that a power of attorney (POA) for property, financial affairs and health care was insufficient the principal (or her estate) to an optional arbitration agreement.[1] More >

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