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Study: On balance, minimum wage increase could be good for operators

The effects of a minimum wage increase on assisted living and continuing care retirement communities, and their workers, are multifaceted. On balance, however, such an increase would have a relatively small negative financial effect on operators but generally positive effects on their workers, according to results of a study released Tuesday by RTI International and the Center for Excellence in Assisted Living.

Martha A. Roherty

People in the news, Sept. 27

Martha A. Roherty joins Center for Excellence in Assisted Living Board of Directors, James “Mac” McClelland receives Senior Service Award from Woodstock Terrace Assisted 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.

Randall Slikkers, MBA

People in the news

Appointments, promotions and awards involving Baptist Retirement Community, CEAL, Century Park Associates, Ecumen, HCP, LeadingAge Virginia, Lifespace, Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services, Presbyterian Communities and Services, Senior Quality Lifestyles Corp., Sun Health at Home, US Memory Care, Watercrest Senior Living, Welltower, Ziegler and more.

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