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If low-income nursing home residents could receive financial help from their caregivers, they would have a better chance of being enrolled in the Medicare Part D plan that best covers their medications, according to a study by the Long-Term Care Pharmacy Alliance (LTCPA).
Meanwhile, for nursing home residents the Long Term Care Pharmacy Alliance (LTCPA), in conjunction with ACS State Healthcare, LLC, is offering the LTC Card to help qualified SNF residents access the $600 annual credit.
* Web sites for the American Medical Directors Association (AMDA) at, Long Term Care Pharmacy Alliance (LTCPA) at, American College of Health Care Administrators at and American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) at feature periodic updates on the flu vaccine shortage and how it applies to their respective memberships;