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CMS Initiative To Lower Antipsychotic Drug Use In Nursing Homes Showing Success

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A program launched in 2012, the National Partnership to Improve Dementia Care, is on its way to meeting goals of lowering the use of antipsychotic drugs in nursing homes by 15%, with 11 states already hitting that target.

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