Feds Will Make It Easier For Consumers To Find If Nursing Homes Have Been CitedPresident Donald Trump’s administration is moving forward with changes to a website that will make it easier for consumers to find out if nursing homes have been cited for abuse, neglect or exploitation.
Health Facilities Evacuated As Dorian LoomsFlorida officials said Monday that 72 nursing homes and assisted living facilities and seven hospitals on the state’s East Coast had been evacuated in preparation for Hurricane Dorian.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Tours Assisted Living Facilities Ahead Of Hurricane DorianNursing homes throughout South Florida have been taking precautions ahead of Hurricane Dorian.
Many Florida Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities Lack Generators As Storm Season NearsJust weeks before another hurricane season, large numbers of Florida nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the storm-battered state continue to struggle to meet requirements that they have backup power generator to keep facilities cool.
Backup Power Rules For Nursing Homes Passes In State House With less than a week left in the legislative session, the Senate and House continued to have differences Monday about ratifying a pair of high-profile rules that are a priority of Gov. Rick Scott.
New Poll Shows Adults Want Nursing Homes, Care Facilities To Require Flu ShotsA new poll suggests that nursing homes and other long-term care facilities should do more to protect against the flu.
Assisted Living Facilities Face $280 Million Tab For GeneratorsGovernor Rick Scott's mandate that all assisted living facilities have generators and 96 hours of backup fuel will cost the industry about $280 million, according to estimates published Wednesday by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs.
Group Legally Challenges Nursing Home Generator Requirements An industry group is legally challenging Gov. Rick Scott's new requirements that nursing homes and assisted living facilities have generators to power air-conditioning systems.
Gov. Scott To Ask For Money To Build More Nursing Homes For VetsFlorida Gov. Rick Scott is trying to do more to serve those who risked their lives for our freedom.
Class Action Status Sought For Suit Over Kids In Nursing HomesAttorneys for around 200 disabled children in nursing homes will ask a federal judge to give class-action status to a lawsuit alleging the state is putting the children in nursing homes unnecessarily and cutting services for their care at home.
Hearing Set In Case About Kids In Nursing Homes A federal judge will hear arguments Sept. 13 about whether a dispute involving disabled children being placed in nursing homes should become a class-action lawsuit.
Focus on South Florida: Babies in Nursing HomesWe focus on the big break in an ongoing CBS4 News investigation regarding disabled babies being forced to live in nursing homes.
Senate Hearing To Follow Lawsuit Over Kids In Nursing HomesThe chairwoman of a Senate committee says she will hold a hearing about the state's record of placing children with disabilities in nursing homes when the Legislature resumes committee meetings in September.
Feds Sue Florida For Keeping Disabled Kids In Nursing HomesFollowing up on a threat the U.S. Justice Department made last September, federal officials have filed a suit against the state of Florida for its practice of housing disabled children in nursing homes.
Partnership Enables Elderly Miami Vets To Avoid Costly Nursing HomesFor decades, elderly veterans have poured $100,000 a year, on average, into the Miami VA System. Thanks to a new partnership between that system and Miami Jewish Health, a less expensive option is now available.