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Relatively few assisted living operators can effectively manage rising acuity levels among their residents, a blog appearing in Forbes contends.
For bargain-hunting seniors in reasonably good health, cruise ships may be a more affordable housing option than assisted living communities. So claims a recent article in USA Today.
Finding and keeping the right workers was rated the top concern among nearly 200 senior living leaders who contributed to a new Perkins Eastman survey.
Brookdale had big plans: To become the first senior living operator with a national brand. But a troubled purchase and other headaches keep getting in the way.
A new federal rule that would have disallowed arbitration agreements during resident admissions has been put on hold, at least for now.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has updated its Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs guidelines.
The Labor Department says its ‘persuader rule’ will level the playing field during union drives. But operators see the measure as an illegal imposition.
While assisted suicide remains highly controversial, it appears that more states are inclined to make the option legal for those beset by terminal conditions.
While consumer groups push for more cameras in nursing homes and senior living communities, many operators continue to remain skeptical. Among operators’ top concerns are privacy preservation and...
President Obama’s legacy may be forever linked to healthcare reform. But you’d never know that based on his final State of the Union address.