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It would be wise for senior living’s thought leaders to take a proactive role in dealing with the inevitable regulatory environment ahead.
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...
Accepting Medicaid and being considered a healthcare provider? Senior living will never be the same, and that’s not necessarily a good thing.
Long-term care could be made better with funding from Congress. But for now, it appears we’ll have to settle for a congressional commission.
A new report offers so many specific ways assisted living can be improved. Any single item by itself can help. Collectively, they could significantly change the face of senior living — for the better.
Senior living suffers from a grand illusion problem. Even in 2021, many of its practitioners insist it is primarily in the hospitality — rather than the healthcare — sector.
The push for support for assisted living from Uncle Sam is intensifying. But as any skilled care operator will remind you, Uncle Sam tends to be a very demanding business partner.
Assisted living operators have marketed themselves as “un-nursing homes.” But the field may have just made that position more difficult to defend.
Ever been to one of those weddings where the parents were a bit less than thrilled? Kind of reminds me of the way a few senior living organizations are now looking at Argentum.
A landmark study released this week paints a sobering portrait of senior living affordability for many older Americans. It also should send this strong message to many operators: Change or else.