New Nursing Home Rules Offer Residents More Control Of Their Care
About 1.4 million residents of nursing homes across the country now can be more involved in their care under the most wide-ranging revision of federal rules for such facilities in 25 years. (Susan Jaffe/Kaiser Health News)

Drug Companies Will Be Fined For Overcharging 340B Hospitals
The Obama administration has finalized a rule that imposes fines on drug companies that overcharge hospitals and clinics for medication purchased under the government's 340B drug discount program. (Virgil Dickson/Modern Healthcare)

Keeping Lonely Seniors Company Can Help Keep Them Healthy
Across the nation, geriatricians and other health and social service providers are growing increasingly worried about loneliness among seniors. Their concerns are fueled by studies showing it is linked to serious health problems. (Anna Gorman/Kaiser Health News)

These Are The Top 10 States For Retirement
The majority of older Americans wish to age in place, but aside from living near family and friends, they also are looking at other factors to choose where they want to live as they age. (Alana Stramowski/Home Health Care News)

Families Provide $36 Billion in Pediatric Home Health Annually
A huge market exists for pediatric home health in the United States, with families currently providing about 1.5 billion hours of care for their young loved ones each year. Replacing that care with a professional home health aide would total about $35.7 billion in 2015 dollars, according to newly released study findings. (Tim Mullaney/Home Health Care News)