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posted 09.28.2017
Some people who are eligible for Medicare home healthcare services are not getting post-discharge care at home for a different reason: they reject it outright. Read More
posted 09.28.2017
The truth is, finding a physician in rural America who can accommodate a new patient is difficult under any circumstance. Access to healthcare in rural areas, where the age of the population is older than in urban and suburban regions, is increasingly problematic. Read More
posted 09.28.2017
Ap­proximately 10 million people ages 65 and older live in rural America and a quarter of older Amer­icans live in a small town or other rural area. Read More
posted 09.28.2017
The In Focus Section of the September–October 2017 issue of Aging Today, with the expert help of Grantmakers in Aging Program Lead Cindy Padilla, looks at the often neglected topic of rural health. Read More
posted 09.27.2017
Almost half of opioid deaths are due to prescribed medications. Opioids include prescription oxycodone, hydrocodone, fentanyl and others, as well as illicit and more potent drugs like heroin and synthetic fentanyl. Read More
posted 09.27.2017
Facing unprecedented damage pending passage (or partial adoption) of “Repeal and Replace” legislation being advanced in Congress, many of the nation’s 5.2 million American Indians will suffer even more than most other rural Americans, who will also suffer terribly if they lose... Read More
posted 09.26.2017
ASA Board Chair Bob Blancato and Public Policy Committee Chair Bill Benson welcome the news that the latest and least acceptable effort to replace the Affordable Care Act will not move foward. Read More
posted 09.19.2017
This latest version may be the most harsh of all the so-called “reform” bills proposed. Read More
posted 09.14.2017
Seniors are among the populations most susceptible to the negative impacts of disease-related malnutrition. In fact, the elderly account for the majority of malnutrition cases in US. Read More
posted 09.13.2017
The number of people with Alzheimer’s disease, the most common cause of dementia, is projected to increase to 13.8 million by 2050. To help educate about and combat Alzheimer’s, ASA is pleased to introduce a special supplement to Generations, “Supporting People with Dementia... Read More

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