Feds Urge Cuts in Use of Anti-Psychotic Drugs for Seniors



Medicare officials seek to reduce the off-label use of a handful of medications to subdue agitated seniors with dementia. The drugs are not only bad for patients—they can also trigger outcomes that hurt hospital reimbursement.


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