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.
Looking back on our coverage of the senior living industry and the issues that affected it in 2016, several common themes emerge. Five are detailed in this year-end review.
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Organizations representing senior living providers said Tuesday that they look forward to working with President-elect Donald J. Trump's choices to lead the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, maintaining that both understand the issues confronting older adults and those who care for and serve them.
Leaders of organizations representing operators and others in senior living say they look forward to working with President-elect Donald J. Trump and members of his administration to advance causes important to the industry and the people associated with it.
Senior living representatives have a few ideas about the potential ways in which the industry might be affected by the outcomes of the national elections.
Like aging children who look more like their parents, many assisted living communities are beginning to resemble the operators who once spawned them.
Christian "Chris" Mason of Oregon was re-elected as chairman of the board of directors of the National Center for Assisted Living Wednesday at the annual meeting of the American Health Care Association / NCAL in Nashville, TN. It's his second term. The board also welcomes two new members.
Plaintiffs' attorneys increasingly are looking at assisted living communities as potential lawsuit targets, Neville Bilimoria, a partner with the health law practice group of Duane Morris LLP in Chicago, told those attending a Tuesday educational session at the American Health Care Association / National Center for Assisted Living annual meeting in Nashville, TN.
Quality and advocacy are the solutions to the challenges confronting assisted living and other areas of long-term care, leaders of the American Health Care Association / National Center for Assisted Living told those attending the opening session of the organizations' annual meeting Monday in Nashville, TN.