LeadingAge's president and CEO of nearly 15 years, Larry Minnix, will retire by the end of 2015, the organization announced late Thursday.
Administrators in assisted living earned a median salary of $80,830 in 2014, an increase of more than 2% over the previous year, according to a comprehensive new report. Chefs, cooks and sous chefs all saw salaries rise.
Richard P. Grimes, the president and CEO of the Assisted Living Federation of America, has announced his retirement.
Wandered through the exhibit hall at a senior living conference lately? Technology is meandering fast and furiously into the world of senior living; it's coming from all angles. Thumb through any McKnight's publication, wander aimlessly through the above mentioned trade show exhibits, listen to nursing home pundits talk about the future and it's clear: Technology is everywhere!
I am often reminded how lucky we are to come to work and experience something new, exciting, and fun every day. I'm sure you feel the same way. Our team laughs often, and many times we laugh quite loudly
I am reminded of my age often, whether it's when meeting peers, working with residents or even introducing myself to families. I have to earn respect quickly and, in some ways, have to convince them I deserve to be here. I'm sure that feeling will vanish over time, and I continue to learn every day.
More than 80% of healthcare organizations have a written severance agreement with their CEO, according to a new survey.
Whatever the situation, "experienced" long-term care leaders looking for work need to understand that the landscape is different.
Bauleke was previously president of RelayHealth Enterprise Intelligence at McKesson.
What's the most critical due-diligence document to consider before making a run at a company? Turns out it may be the CEO's birth certificate.
Assisted living facility chief financial officers had the highest salary increases among all management positions in 2011, with a 3.9% jump over last year to $122,226, according to a new report.