Nursing Homes Continue Providing Quality Care Despite Workforce Crisis and Flat Reimbursements

Over the last 7 years since the founding of American Senior Alliance, we have worked diligently in state capitols to ensure older Americans have affordable quality care. 

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Time to Put and End to the Unlicensed Facilities Caring for Tennessee Seniors

The Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury, Jason Mumpower, released a research report recently that was troubling for those who have family and friends who are aging.

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Empowering States to Protect Seniors from Bad Actors

The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed The Empowering States to Protect Seniors from Bad Actors Act 371-48 to protect older Americans from financial fraud and scams.

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Nurses Have a Knack for Going the Extra Mile for Older Americans

As Nurses Week 2022 comes to a close, it's the perfect time to say thank you for their dedication making life a little better for all of us.

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Why Older Workers Can Be the Cure for Worker Shortages

As businesses struggle to find enough qualified workers to fulfill their employment needs, older Americans might be the solution to their staffing shortage.

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Time to Share Rx Savings with Oklahoma Patients

Health insurance companies and Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) negotiate significant rebates on the costs of medicine for themselves, however these savings are not shared with the patients who need the medications. 

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Seniors Fraud Prevention Act Will Educate Seniors and Protect Their Savings

Since our inception, American Senior Alliance has fought to help preserve the financial savings our older Americans have earned during their lifetime.

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Florida Legislature Approves HB 1239 Putting Nursing Center Residents First

The Florida Legislature recognized the urgency to modernize nursing center staffing and overwhelmingly approved HB1239 by Rep. Lauren Melo (R-Naples)/Sen. Ben Albritton (R-Bartow) enabling residents to receive more specialized care from highly trained professionals.

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Price Gouging Taking a Toll on Long Term Care

Anytime someone sells a good or service and artificially raises the price to an unreasonable level, it is considered price gouging.

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The Case for Improvements to the 340B Drug Pricing Program

Hospitals are the most significant section of health care spending in the country, accounting for over 30% of national health care spending; despite this large share of expenditures, historically, there has been and continues to be a lack of transparency in U.S. hospital spending.

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