Cuts to the Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security programs could be in store if President Donald Trump is re-elected, he said in an interview with CNBC from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Independent living, assisted living and life plan communities (also known as continuing care retirement communities, or CCRCs) were among the 55+ housing types recognized Tuesday at the National Association of Home Builders’ 2020 Best of 55+ Housing Awards.
Florida is tops for retirement, and Kentucky ranks last, according to a new study.
The elections could negatively disrupt investment in healthcare and life sciences more than the shift to a value-based payment focus this year, according to healthcare and life sciences investment professionals who participated in a recent survey.
New York’s Medicaid program would see $2.5 billion in cuts under a $178 billion state budget proposal outlined Tuesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Increasing costs in the program are due in part to costs related to managed long-term care, according to the governor.
A New York otolaryngologist has agreed to pay more than $1.1 million to resolve civil allegations that he and his practice paid kickbacks and submitted false claims to federal healthcare programs for services provided to residents of adult homes in violation of the False Claims Act.
Residential care settings such as assisted living communities will need to fill more than 1.2 million direct care jobs over the next decade, including new jobs and positions that become available as existing workers leave the field or the labor force, according to a report released Tuesday.
Assisted living communities, memory care communities, nursing homes and hospitals treating older adults in New Jersey have new end-of-life care training and policy requirements under a bill signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Phil Murphy.
North, South, East, West. All quadrants of the United States are represented on MoneyRate’s 10th annual list of top states for retirement.
Thirty-nine percent of respondents to a new survey who were aged 70 to 79 said they plan to rely on Social Security in retirement “a lot, as a lifeline to keep me afloat,” suggesting both challenges and opportunities ahead for senior living operators.
Employers would be subject to additional requirements under bills at the national and state level that aim to protect older workers from age discrimination.
Residents of the three states that have seen the biggest population losses over the last decade frequently moved to warmer-weather states, according to new data.
A Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services regulation effectively proposing new Medicaid taxes could “lead to a major financial burden” for continuing care retirement communities and residents — and even the closure of skilled nursing units within CCRCs — in 18 states.
South Dakota could join at least four other states where resident-initiated electronic monitoring is permitted in resident rooms of assisted living communities.
2019 saw a total of 447 deals in the senior housing and care sector, a full-year record and 5% higher than the 2018 total of 426 deals.
The American National Standards Institute has set a hearing date of Feb. 18 for its Executive Standards Council to hear appeals to the organization’s approval of Argentum’s application to be an accredited developer of standards for the senior living industry.
Senior living provider advocates in Georgia say they will be watching regulatory and legislative responses to a recent Atlanta Journal-Constitution investigation of the industry in Georgia to try to ensure that they don’t negatively affect the provision of care in the communities.
Some assisted living and independent living residents are receiving unsolicited calls to move their prescriptions from their independent pharmacies to a mail order service, according to a media report, which describes it as a “growing practice.”
A life plan community’s amenities, religious affiliation and geographic location may give its residents an edge on health and wellness, according to the results of the second year of the five-year Age Well Study being conducted by Mather Institute and Northwestern University. The results were released Tuesday.
A proposal to enact a state False Claims Act in Pennsylvania “has the potential to impact the entire long-term care continuum” even though assisted living and personal care communities do not currently participate in the Keystone State’s Medicaid system, according to one provider group.