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Lawmakers are demanding answers from Veterans Affairs officials after a new investigation found more than $53 million in emergency room costs for veterans improperly rejected by department officials.
One in five of U.S. workers age 40 and older have experienced age discrimination in the workplace, according to the 2019 Ageism in the Workplace Study, published by Hiscox, the international specialist insurer.
Uber has signed a contract with a key medical transportation company that has relationships with some of the nation’s biggest health insurers.
The affordability of prescription drugs is a pressing concern for many Americans, with broad agreement across the political spectrum that lowering prescription drug costs should be a top priority for Congress.
Although the number of veterans in nursing homes is expected to rise 16% between 2017 and 2022 as veterans who served in Vietnam continue to age, the VA may not be prepared to handle the increase, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office.
"I am a proponent of elder law attorneys getting out of their hometowns and cities and going to national NAELA conferences and meeting attorneys from around the country. The collegiality one can experience with other NAELA members from other locales is unlike anything I've ever experienced in my legal career."