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Frosh leads states’ opposition to pre-dispute binding arbitration in nursing homes

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is leading a group of 18 attorneys general opposing a federal agency plan to revise a rule prohibiting pre-dispute binding arbitration clauses in long-term care contracts. The revisions would allow such arbitration requirements. Frosh and the ...

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Joe Surkiewicz: The Sunshine Folk shed light on long-term care

While most of the 25,000 residents living in Maryland’s 234 nursing homes would prefer to receive services at home, the overwhelming majority languish in institutions. That’s largely because they don’t know their options.   But thanks to The SunShine Folk, ...

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Begin your planning for aging relatives early

No one wants to see someone they love in a nursing home. That’s why many older Americans and their families would opt for home-based care whether it’s for a temporary illness or disability, or end-of-life. Yet the best time to ...

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