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McKnight’s 40 for 40: Larry Minnix

One might think that an organization with thousands of members and many varied ideologies might require a leader who manages with a stern voice and an iron fist. In the case of LeadingAge, the organization of nonprofit aging services providers chose to go in another direction at the turn of the century, and it couldn’t have been happier.

Minnix receives Robert L. Kahn award

LeadingAge President and CEO Larry Minnix is the recipient of the 2015 Robert L. Kahn award, which recognizes excellence and significant contributions to the field of successful aging.

Mark Parkinson speaks with Jon Howell, David Norsworthy and Donna Childress

Nursing home groups support ‘doc fix’ bill

Leaders of the nation’s two largest long-term care associations spoke favorably Monday about a bill that would improve Medicare physician pay rates while moderately restricting LTC pay. In fact, the head the American Health Care Association said the group will “enthusiastically support” a bill that would end the “doc fix” issue, provided the final language is what it expects.

LeadingAge's Larry Minnix

Minnix blasts ‘doc fix’ formula

The “doc fix” that ends the Sustainable Growth Rate formula drew at least one long-term leader’s sharp criticism. The $213 billion deal, which is still to be voted on in both houses, will be partially financed by $35 billion in cuts to Medicare beneficiaries’ benefits.

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