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HHS proposal aims to ‘shine a light’ on nursing home ownership
It is still too early in the rulemaking process to know what will be included in the Biden administration’s final rule on transparency of nursing home ownership, but there are some steps facilities can take to prepare, according to experts.
Survey: Spending on AI, new tech to increase despite known risks
Companies are set to ramp up spending on artificial intelligence and other technologies in the coming years despite expectations of rising legal disputes over its use and implementation, according to a new survey.
Report: GDPR fines more than doubled in Year 3
Data protection authorities issued 287 known GDPR fines between March 2020 and March 2021—a 120 percent increase in frequency, according to a new report from CMS.
CMS considers trimming medical care rulebook
CMS, the agency that administers Medicare and other health insurance programs, is talking to medical professonals in an effort to reduce burdensome and unecessary rules, says Administrator Seema Verma.
Theranos’ health takes a turn for the worse
The health of ailing biotech start-up Theranos continues to decline, as the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services imposed numerous sanctions on the firm following a review last year of its laboratory operations that uncovered numerous compliance violations. Jaclyn Jaeger reports.