- Sep 23, 2018
- SL Rez
- Joined SLU
Now I have to look up cast iron pizza because yummzo
Interesting info.The other systemic problem is Medicare (which is separate from Medicaid) pays a better rate, because it is a plan for regular retirees, not poor people. But it only pays nursing home care for a limited time (max of 100 days) *after* a hospital stay. The idea is you go to the nursing home for a time after you get out of the hospital to finish recovering, and then go home. So nursing homes have an incentive to send patients back to the hospital, so they can restart medicare payments and get the higher rates.
Google paid up. Facebook removed all the links. NPR explains the situation better than I can in a two sentence summary.core news content means content that:
19 (a) is created by a journalist; and
20 (b) that records, investigates or explains issues that:
21 (i) are of public significance for Australians; or
22 (ii) are relevant in engaging Australians in public debate
23 and in informing democratic decision-making; or
24 (iii) relate to community and local events.
Wow, so Australia was so impressed by our crappy German Leistungsschutzrecht that they copied it. Weird!Australia passed a law that companies such as Google and Facebook who link to and provide snippets of news from other organization's web pages have to pay. They defined news extremely widely.