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If senior living wants to avoid the poor reputation so prevalent across skilled care, it must get serious about keeping its house in order. The most obvious way to do this is a two-step approach.
Last week, the Biden administration withdrew Texas’s Medicaid waiver. This week, Republican Sen. John Cornyn responded in, well, unkind.
It’s a bit troubling to watch bad moves made by skilled care operators repeated in senior living. Yet it continues to happen.
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.
We are seeing some pandemic responses that are real jaw-droppers.
Anyone who gets into bed with the government had best sleep with one eye open.
Tennessee’s embracing of Medicaid block grants could become a catastrophe for senior living operators and the beneficiaries they serve.
Well gang, it’s that special time of the year when the president delivers a wish-list budget that gives red meat to the base — and heartburn to just about everyone else.
The new boss at Health and Human Services is on a mission.
If you can deliver post-acute care at a lower cost than the skilled care joint down the street, you just might find yourself swimming in a very nice new revenue stream.