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Baby boomers may be more willing to receive long-term care outside the home than was commonly believed, according to a LeadingAge poll released Monday. The post Many baby boomers willing to receive long-term care outside the home, LeadingAge poll fin

Workforce development dominated the conversation during the American College of Health Care Administrators' annual meeting Monday in Louisville, with many administrators pondering how to best find and keep qualified employees. The post Finding a

Better days are coming to both the nation’s largest skilled care chain and the sector overall, its CEO said Monday. Genesis Healthcare ended 2018 with a more than $235 million in net losses. But that’s an improvement from the $579 million lost in 201

Governor pushing legislation that would require ‘humane’ treatment of SNF residents after dumping scandal … Nursing home worker from small-town Michigan wows on American Idol … Medicare fraudster Philip Esformes also reportedly caught up in college a

Nursing facilities have seen their fines drop by about 31% during the Trump administration, according to a Kaiser Health News analysis, released on Friday. The post Nursing facility fines down by nearly a third since Trump took office appeared first

Medicare’s payment advisory panel is recommending no 2020 pay update for skilled nursing facilities, claiming that operators have adequate access to capital and a steady supply of beds. The post Skilled nursing facilities don’t deserve pay hike, MedP

The head of the nation’s largest eldercare advocacy organization is imploring lawmakers to stem the tide of rural facility closings. The post AHCA’s Parkinson laments rural nursing home closures appeared first on McKnight's Long Term Care News.

Little Sisters of the Poor take birth control fight back to Supreme Court … Dementia-related deaths have more than tripled since 2000 … Nursing home funding hike a 'huge boost,' but not a fix to financial woes, advocates say; governor agree

LeadingAge is hosting its annual spring meeting Sunday through Wednesday in the nation’s capital and the American College of Health Care Administrators is holding annual convocation and expo the same days in Louisville, KY. The newly re-created Leade

Provider groups are finding more troubling features in President Trump’s 2020 budget proposal. Among the newfound concerns: the elimination of Medicaid provider taxes, a new payment system and bad-debt coverage. The post Upon further review, operator

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