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Archive for May 14th, 2012

Long-term care pharmacy provider Omnicare has agreed to pay the government $50 million to settle charges that it illegally dispensed controlled medications to long-term care residents.

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Cholesterol lowering medications known as statins might help prevent new-onset atrial fibrillation in elderly adults with hypertension, a new study reports.

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Most people with dementia don’t die in nursing homes after all. In fact, they are more likely to spend their final days at home, a new study finds.

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The Social Accountability Toolkit, created by Holleran, is a step-by-step implementation guide and handbook geared to assist senior living providers through the process of social accountability and community benefit. The toolkit is available free-of-charge on an interactive website.

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