STAT May 24, 2024
Tara Bannow

A new federal lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s new minimum nursing home staffing rule lays out the worst-case scenario: Hundreds of long-term care facilities forced to downsize or close, tens of thousands of vulnerable seniors displaced, and countless others waiting longer for care.

Not only that, the complaint argues that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services lacked the authority to implement the final rule. The lawsuit was filed on Thursday by the American Health Care Association, a Washington, D.C.-based trade...

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