Argentum - McKnight's Senior Living


Expect GAO assisted living study results in early 2017

As the Government Accountability Office studies Medicaid in assisted living, representatives of several organizations working on behalf of providers tell McKnight’s Senior Living that they have met with the agency, have offered to be a resource as the study continues, and look forward to the final report.

Vice President Joe Biden makes a point while discussing the final overtime rule.

Overtime rule not ‘good business,’ groups say

The new overtime rule finalized by the Department of Labor on Wednesday “is not only the right thing to do; it’s good business,” Vice President Joe Biden told the crowd gathered at a press conference in Columbus, OH, where government officials discussed the changes. Senior living trade associations do not agree.

Diane Rehm speaks at Argentum's 2016 Senior Living Executive Conference.

Diane Rehm advocates for choice at end of life

A talk in which National Public Radio’s Diane Rehm shared experiences related to her late husband’s battle with Parkinson’s disease and decision to end his life were a highlight of Wednesday’s programming at the Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference, which also included the presentation of several awards.

Outgoing Argentum chair Brenda Bacon, left, and her successor, Loren Shook.

Argentum leaders share plans for future

Two new task forces will help Argentum better serve certain types of senior living providers, and new external education efforts ultimately will benefit the older adults who reside in senior living communities, the group’s new chairman told those attending the opening general session of the 2016 Senior Living Executive Conference.

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