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Only 16% of retirees 'very confident' they can afford long-term care

Only 16% of retirees 'very confident' they can afford long-term care

The percentage of current retirees who are "very confident" that they will have enough money to pay for long-term care should they need it is "down significantly" from last year, say the firms behind newly released survey results.

Little Sisters of the Poor can join Trump in birth control fight, court rules

Little Sisters of the Poor can join Trump in birth control fight, court rules

Little Sisters of the Poor, the group of nuns that operates about 30 senior housing and long-term care homes in approximately 20 states, can join the Trump administration in fighting the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.

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Bill would prevent licensing boards from using old nonviolent offenses against applicants

Bill would prevent licensing boards from using old nonviolent offenses against applicants

Licensing boards in California would not be able to use nonviolent offense conviction information that is more than five years old as a reason to deny an application, under a trio of bills announced Monday.

Providers tell CMS to explore telehealth, care coordination, long-term care financing

Providers tell CMS to explore telehealth, care coordination, long-term care financing

Chronic care management via telehealth and remote monitoring, service coordination in affordable housing, and long-term care financing are some of the new directions that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services should explore through its Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, according to feedback from providers and associations.

Editors' Columns

Seeing is believing when it comes to Alzheimer's effects

Seeing is believing when it comes to Alzheimer's effects

It's quite something to see the 10-year progression of Alzheimer's disease in one person collapsed into a 13-minute TV segment.

Pay no attention to senior living's identity crisis

Pay no attention to senior living's identity crisis

The latest occupancy numbers for assisted living point to absorption issues. But they may reveal another issue as well.

Guest Columns

Watch for potential life plan community liabilities

Watch for potential life plan community liabilities

When you understand the evolution of generally accepted accounting principles to identify and record all potential liabilities, you should feel more confident in your contract and fee decisions.

A legacy of preparedness is a lesson for others

A legacy of preparedness is a lesson for others

It all started with an urgent phone call from the governor's office in the middle of the night in late August 2005.

Marketplace Columns

Thought leaders explore the difference between a place to live and a lifestyle in senior living

Thought leaders explore the difference between a place to live and a lifestyle in senior living

Recently, a sizable group of senior living thought leaders convened at an inaugural event to explore the current trends driving the business of senior living.

Pharmacists can play key roles in improving health outcomes for at-risk seniors

Pharmacists can play key roles in improving health outcomes for at-risk seniors

Pharmacists have three evolving roles as a result of the drive toward value-based care.

Company News

People in the news, April 24

People in the news, April 24

Appointments at AMDA-The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine, Benchmark Senior Living, Elder Care Alliance, Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition, Spring Cypress Assisted Living and Memory Care, Watercrest Senior Living Group and more.

People in the news, April 17

People in the news, April 17

Appointments and promotions at Aegis Living, Always Best Care, Arbor Co., CBRE, Centers Health Care, Charter Senior Living, Danish Home of Chicago, Desert Willow at Sagewood, Envoy America, Front Porch, Heritage Senior Living, Judson Services, Juniper Communities, LifeSpire of Virginia, Noble's Pond, Northbridge Companies, SantaFe Senior Living, Watercrest Senior Living Group and WESTliving.

Product News

Yardi introduces mobile app for senior living customer relationship management

Yardi Senior CRM has tools designed specifically to enable senior living operators to securely view and edit CRM information via iOS and Android devices.

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April 25

Wellness goals

Monroe Township, NJ 

Residents at Monroe Village have been staying in shape by playing hockey during the NHL season and the Stanley Cup Playoffs.