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Its increasing stock price should not tempt Brookdale Senior Living to abandon efforts to maximize value for shareholders, registered investment manager Land and Buildings founder and Chief Investment Officer Jonathan Litt wrote in a Jan. 13 letter to Brookdale board members and shareholders.
National Low Income Housing Coalition President and CEO Diane Yentel said she is encouraged by Ben Carson's seemingly newfound appreciation for HUD programs but not by his reiteration of President-elect Donald Trump's commitment to cut nondefense discretionary spending by 1% annually.
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Reducing improper payments made from the Medicare and Medicaid programs is a big step that the federal government can take to improve the country's long-term fiscal health without legislative action, the Government Accountability Office said in the first of what it expects to be annual reports on the United States' financial future.
If you're headed to a major senior living conference this year, you may find a new "best of" cities list of interest. But this is a list that no city wants to be on.
Think some ideas for improving senior living services in the United States are out there? Take a gander at what's being proposed in Germany.
Since The Legacy Senior Communities launched The Legacy at Home, we have reached many more people than if we solely provided senior living services in our campus settings.
Learn how to navigate a reasonable middle ground that can increase your community's legal compliance while avoiding financial constraints that may effect the amenities, such as music and movies, that you offer to residents.
There comes a moment when older adults realize their aging-related limitations and start making decisions about transitioning to senior living. Here's an inside look at what we advise our clients — your prospective residents — at our financial services firm.
Better and more efficient care, improved resident experiences and enhanced staff engagement are just some of the benefits that technology can offer senior living operators. Here are some of technology-related trends to watch for in 2017.
Keith Johannessen, president, chief operating officer and a board member of Capital Senior Living, died Tuesday after battling cancer, the company announced Wednesday.
Shareholders of Colony Capital, NorthStar Asset Management Group and NorthStar Realty Finance Corp. have approved the previously announced merger of the three companies. The new Colony NorthStar will manage more than $58 billion in assets.
The Medicare Rights Center has launched the newly redesigned Medicare Interactive Pro, an online curriculum designed to help professionals help residents, clients, patients, employees, retirees and others navigate questions about the Medicare program.
Senior living communities in 18 states now are using Eversound wireless group listening technology, according to the company's co-founder and CEO.