Report: Nursing home equipment flaws put patients at risk; what to know
What to know about auditors finding dusty, moldy and rust-covered medical equipment at New York nursing homes, how to search inspection records
How safe are Westchester nursing homes? See inspections, complaints and violations
Check Westchester County nursing home inspection data: Complaints, citations and enforcement actions over multiple years through New York State DOH
10 questions to ask before choosing a nursing home for your loved one
Top tips to keep loved ones safe and 10 questions to get answered before picking a nursing home in New York, or other states across the country
How safe are Rockland County nursing homes? See inspections, complaints and violations
Rockland County nursing homes inspection data reveals hundreds of complaints, citations and other safety issues
48 NY hospitals had poor fed ratings, safety grades: What to know about different reviews
New York hospitals' Leapfrog safety grades, CMS fed ratings show dozens had lowest scores as USA TODAY Network analyzed quality reviews
Why nursing homes just sued NY over Medicaid cuts they say threaten patients, staff
Nursing homes sued New York over $352 million Medicaid cut, alleging illegal actions to restore unrelated state budget holes
Why does this $2.79M New York home have a replica of the Oval Office?
Even though it's barely been on the market a day, this $2.79 million New York home listing has ricocheted across the internet.
See how short-staffed Central New York nursing homes are on their worst days
By James T. Mulder | Posted July 23, 2018 at 08:29 AM Getty Images Nurses and nurse aides who work in Central New York nursing homes may care for twice as many residents on weekends, holidays and other days when their facilities are not fully staffed New federal data analyzed by Kaiser Health News show most nursing homes have fewer nurses and aides than they report to the government and have frequent fluctuations in day-to-day staffing. The federal Medicare program used to rate…
Here's what nursing homes charge in New York
Nursing homes in New York State charge residents, on average, $117,000 to $157,000 a year. Helen Hayes Rehabilitation Hospital, a small 2...
How Movies Receive Their Ratings
Many Americans use the MPAA’s formalized rating system as a guide for which films to see. The Onion provides a step-by-step view into how these ratings are chosen:
New York Times Reports How The Medicare Star Ratings Allow Nursing Homes to Game The System
A recent article by the New York Times examines the five star rating system for nursing homes and exposes how nursing homes can game the system. Including Rosewood Post Acute Rehabilitation, a North American Healthcare facility located in Sacramento, California. The Medicare ratings, are based in large part on self-reported data by nursing homes that the Government does not verify. Only one of the three criteria…
New York's top nursing homes less likely to admit poor
New York's top nursing homes admit poor people at a lower rate than the state's worst nursing homes despite regulations prohibiting discrimi
Healthcare Reform: What About New York?
With House Republicans moving to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Dr. Steven Safyer, President and C.E.O. of Montefiore Medicine, sat down with Errol Louis to discuss the impact on New York City.
How New York City Became a Taco Town
Despite what West Coasters may say, in the last few years, New York has truly come into its own as a great place for tacos.
St. Anns Care Center Named a Top-Performing Nursing Home by New York State Dept. of Health
Recognized for high quality, compliance, and efficiency.
What Happens In A Nursing Home, Stays In A Nursing Home on iHeartRadio
Stream the K102 Clips episode, 19.03.20 - What Happens In A Nursing Home, Stays In A Nursing Home, free & on demand on iHeartRadio.
Nursing Home Care Is a Problem that Should Be Addressed / New York, NY & White Plains, NY
Tom has health care issues and Louise can no longer care for him. Tom and Louise have been married for half a century and live in the same home they bought when first married. They are worried about possible nursing home costs and should be, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette...
'Best day of my life': Why a New York cop made a special visit to this Canberra nursing home
When 85-year-old Berenice Benson steps into the lift at her Canberra nursing home, she is taken somewhere else.
10 states with the lowest tax burdens
Tax burden measures the proportion of total personal income that residents pay toward state and local taxes, and the indicator can be a helpful way to explain to clients how taxes impact their personal finances. WalletHub looked at three types of tax burdens – property taxes, individual income taxes and sales and excise taxes – as a share of personal income to rank states according to their tax burdens We also rounded up the 10 states that had the highest tax burden, which…
How Do I Know I Have a Nursing Home Abuse Case in New York? Trolman Glaser & Lichtman
Nursing homes ought to provide care and attention to the senior citizens, as they deserve. However not all nursing homes provide the necessary care to the residents, with some neglecting and not looking after the welfare of the residents Every other day, there are cases of senior citizens experiencing neglect and problems at the nursing homes. Some of these cases go unnoticed and at times even unreported. Here are some signs that you can look out for on Patients who are being abused…