Many senior living operators see caregiving robots as a betterment tool for care and staffing. But will their integration fuel relationship concerns and moral hazards?
Four lawmakers recently sent a letter to Senate leadership seeking an extension of the reduced threshold for the medical expense deduction. Many senior living residents benefit from the provision.
For many senior living operators, offering perks such as gym memberships or discretionary bonuses can get tricky. That’s because confusion often abounds about possible overtime provisions that might get triggered. A final Labor Department regulation released Thursday promises new clarity.
Staffing, compliance requirements and resident service are the top three concerns facing senior living operators today, according to a wide-ranging report by software management firm Dude Solutions.
In theory, beneficiaries in private Medicare Advantage plans and Part D stand-alone prescription drug plans could be switching plans each year. But as a new Kaiser Family Foundation report shows, that is not what is happening.
The outlook for the not-for-profit life plan community sector remains stable for 2020, according to Fitch Ratings.
Two Ohio lawmakers have introduced legislation that would require first responders to receive Alzheimer’s disease training.