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The senior living industry’s reinvention as a healthcare player just received a notable setback. In a court room, of all places. As McKnight’s Senior Living recently reported, a circuit court judge...
More than one million people have died from COVID-19 in the U.S. And what was our nation’s general reaction? In a word: meh.
For two solid years, the pandemic has been doing some very nasty things to the senior living sector. But if recent earnings calls are any indication, happier days may be here again.
AHCA/NCAL President and CEO Mark Parkinson, addressing the opening session of the organizations’ 2023 convention, singled out three nightmares the long-term care sector finds itself dealing with.
This might be a good time to size up COVID’s key lessons for senior living operators. Three clearly stick out.
The hurdles to getting coronavirus relief stand in sharp contrast to the way lawmakers are tossing billions at defense contractors and other makers of industrial-grade weaponry.
This is one time when a governor’s decision to ignore the Supreme Court will come at a high cost. For others, that is.
We need to give this emerging virus the respect and response it deserves. But let’s also try to keep things in perspective.
We are seeing some pandemic responses that are real jaw-droppers.
Senior living will adapt to COVID-19 by doing away with buffets and using design that encourages social distancing. But what about the proverbial elephant in the room?