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HopeHealth Visiting Nurse earns Joint Commission accreditation, recertification

LINCOLN – HopeHealth Visiting Nurse has earned accreditation and recertification for its home health care and community-based palliative care program after passing a federal...
PRECHECKS: Dr. Ana Tuya Fulton, right, Care New England Health System executive chief of geriatrics and palliative care, and Ruth Scott, senior director of population health for Integra Community Care Network LLC, review their plans before the hospital-at-home program goes live at Kent Hospital in Warwick. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND HEALTH SYSTEM/RYAN PICKERING

Kent offers state’s first ‘hospital-at-home’ acute care program

Call it home sweet hospital. Kent County Memorial Hospital in Warwick recently received a waiver from the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and...

COVID-19 stimulus bill could help R.I. hospitals

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island hospitals could see a $28 million yearly boost in Medicare reimbursements if the U.S. House passes the COVID-19 relief bill...

Nursing home staffing bill passes R.I. Senate

PROVIDENCE – Legislation requiring a set number of hours of daily care for nursing home residents and a pay raise for certified nursing assistants...

Five Questions With: Mark Cooper

In September, Mark Cooper was named vice president of Medicare-Medicaid Product at Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island after working for nearly 20 years...

Neighborhood’s Medicare-Medicaid dual plan extended through 2023

SMITHFIELD – Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island has announced a three-year extension of its Medicare-Medicaid Duals Program. The program, known as the INTEGRITY plan,...

23 R.I. nursing homes cited for infection-control violations prior to COVID-19...

PROVIDENCE – Twenty-three Rhode Island nursing homes have been cited for infection-control and prevention violations over the past two years, including 11 that have...
BUSY CARETAKER: Victoria Mitchell, a certified nursing assistant at Hopkins Manor in North Providence, says she and her co-workers care for up to 11 patients per shift, bathing, dressing and feeding each one in turn. It is an increase from the eight patients Mitchell used to care for during her morning shift when she began working as a CNA 22 years ago.
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Nursing homes care more with less

When she started working as a certified nursing assistant 22 years ago, Victoria Mitchell was assigned about eight patients during her morning shifts. Now, Mitchell...
RECENT IMPROVEMENTS: HealthSource RI Director Zachary W. Sherman speaks with Robin Dionne, HSRI chief public affairs officer. Sherman said recent improvements to the HSRI for Employers program include technology advances that have allowed HSRI to connect employers with ancillary products to supplement health and dental plans.
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HSRI: Stable but will it ever cover costs?

Soon after the state established HealthSource RI in 2014, it was recognized as one of the nation’s most successful health-benefits exchanges in meeting enrollment...
MASSACHUSETTS U.S. ATTORNEY Andrew E. Lelling has announced the conviction of a former Rhode Island physician for his role in a 2012 Medicare fraud scheme. / COURTESY U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Former R.I. physician convicted of Medicare fraud

BOSTON — A physician and former employee of New England Pain Management Associates, Inc. was convicted Sept. 21 by a federal jury of conspiring...
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