Financial options could be dwindling for troubled SNFs
Nov 11, 2022
Inflation concerns are palpable for some already cash-strapped facilities facing occupancy issues and closure fears.
Life Plan providers banking on less-regulated AL to provide SNF-like care: Fitch
Oct 26, 2022
Labor pressures continue to force creative operational decisions in Life Plan Communities, even as they enjoy a better overall employment rebound than stand-alone skilled nursing facilities.
Providers end expansive strike with 24% worker raises, healthcare fix
Sep 13, 2022
Leadership of three providers and SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania reached agreement on contract negotiations for about 700 nursing home workers over the weekend.
Rising costs squeeze employees, put facilities ‘years behind’: 2022 McKnight’s Mood of the Market
Aug 18, 2022
Nursing home administrators say inflation has most affected costs for nurses and other labor over the last year, but higher charges are also forcing many to close wings, restrict admissions and put off...
We now join our general strike in progress
Oct 18, 2021
If it’s any consolation, you no longer walk alone. At least, not on the labor front.
Learn how to adapt staffing strategies during Sept. 23 webinar
Sep 01, 2021
Experienced workforce professionals will share their latest take on managing labor shortages during a Sept. 23 McKnight’s webinar.
Labor help you can’t believe in
Aug 23, 2021
Elon Musk is apparently not satisfied with disrupting the transportation, space exploration and telecommunications sectors. Now he is setting his sights on long-term care.
The Haddits have left the building
Jul 12, 2021
We’re seeing some unusual developments as long-term care recovers.
Nothing great about these resignations
Jul 06, 2021
Thanks largely to a COVID-19 vaccine, more people are returning to their places of employment. But maybe not for long.
When one dangerous compromise leads to another
James M. Berklan
Jun 28, 2021
Sometimes providers are backed into a corner and must do non-preferred things. But the big question becomes what’s the next step after the first concession?