McKnight’s Executive Decisions May 2020
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Marquis Companies CFO Steve Fogg recently spoke with McKnight’s Editor James M. Berklan about how his company’s I-SNP, Age Right Advantage, came to fruition, its challenges and what others can expect if they explore a similar route.
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with Tom Peters
Idalee DiGregorio is the Director of Human Resources for Somerford Assisted Living and Alzheimer’s Care in Gaithersburg, MD. The firm currently owns and operates 13 facilities in California, Delaware and Maryland.
Caroline Neff is the Dining Services Coordinator at Sunrise Assisted Living in Clayton (Missouri). Before joining Sunrise, Neff worked at an independent retirement community in the St. Louis area. Earlier, she and her husband owned a restaurant for 10 years. She recently spoke about what’s new in long-term care food service.
Bill Floyd is the President and CEO of Beverly Enterprises. He recently talked about how a new focus on profitable growth is beginning to pay off. Beverly operates 368 skilled nursing facilities, 20 assisted living centers and 24 hospice centers. The company also contracts rehabilitation services through its Aegis Therapies business.
Angela Scott is the Director of Interior Design for Vizia Healthcare Design Group, a division of Beverly Enterprises. She recently shared her thoughts on some of the new design innovations that are helping enhance resident care.
In December, Genesis Health Ventures spun off its eldercare and rehabilitation businesses into Genesis HealthCare Corp. James McKeon, chief financial officer for the separately
traded public company, said things are going well thus far.
The Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 will produce dramatic payment changes for medications used in long-term care settings. To get a better understanding of the changes ahead, we caught up with Thomas R. Clark, R.Ph., MHS, Policy and Advocacy director for the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, Alexandria, VA.
Malpractice rates for nursing homes continue to escalate. Operators are wondering if there’s any end in sight. Mike Creighton, an Executive Vice President in the Commercial Insurance Division for Seattle-based Kibble & Prentice, offers some answers.
Market conditions could spur mergers and acquisitions in the nursing home sector this year, according to Raymond J. Lewis, Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, Ventas Healthcare Properties. Lewis recently talked about how 2004 is shaping up.