The Epidemic in Nursing Home Evictions

As illustrated by a recent New York Times cover story, nursing homes throughout the country are rapidly adopting a “new” business model: attract lucrative short term patients paying through Medicare, and then throw them out once their Medicare coverage ends.People are often admitted to nursing homes to recuperate after a hospital stay, and typically have up to 100 days of rehabilitative services covered by Medicare, which pays a generous rate compared to other payment sources.

Treatment of Funds Received from the Hycare, Inc., et al. Settlement

WARNING: This notice only applies to plaintiffs/class members of the class action lawsuit entitled Regina, et al. v. Hycare, Inc., et al., (Superior Court of the State of California, In and For the County of Alameda, Case No.

January 2016

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Center for Medicare Advocacy Issues Alert on Illegal Medicare “Discharges” by Skilled Nursing Facilities

On January 13, 2016, the Center for Medicare Advocacy (CMA) published a terrific new alert on the discharge rights of skilled nursing facility residents.