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CMS proposal would be ‘major financial burden’ for CCRCs, residents, organizations say

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, according to the heads of LeadingAge and the National Continuing Care Residents Association, who sent a letter this week to members of Congress in the potentially affected states.

MSL 2019 Year in Review, Top Columns

Your favorite columns of 2019

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More news for Tuesday, Nov. 19

CMS withdraws proposed guidance on Medicaid block grants, funding caps … 94% of beneficiaries satisfied with Medicare Advantage plans … EEOC to hold hearing on proposed revisions to Employer Information Report (EEO-1)


More news for Thursday, Nov. 14

Dec. 5 is deadline to comment on Labor Department’s proposed fluctuating workweek method of computing overtime … Citing eagerness from states, CMS announces plans to issue guidance on Medicaid block grants … Older adults with Alzheimer’s who take antipsychotics hospitalized more frequently

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