Long-term and post-acute care operators have plenty to worry about. Low Medicaid reimbursements, harsher CMS regulation, caregiver shortages and the impending end to PHE accommodations, to name a few. ...
The long-term view on long-term care: Only if you want to know
Jan 10, 2022
No one with any depth of relevant experience would call long-term care in the United States a success. You might ask, “How would you define success?” A rational response would include both qualitative...
Long-term care’s problems are bad and getting worse — but fixable
Stephen A. Moses
Oct 01, 2021
The long-term care business is hurting: labor shortages, wage pressures, vax mandates, too much Medicaid, too little private pay, value-based reimbursement, MedPAC vs. Medicare and so on and on. What should...
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Nov 05, 2020
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Long-term care financing reform may be on tap for new Congress, aging expert says
Nov 27, 2018
House Democrats, flush with victory from the midterm elections, may explore financing reform in long-term care, a prominent Forbes columnist said Monday.
Senators weigh need for individual mandate in long-term care financing reform
Dec 19, 2013
Senators and a panel of experts wrangled over whether effective long-term care reform hinges on a federal mandate for all individuals to buy some type of LTC insurance, at a Special Committee on Aging...
‘Self-reliance’ a key to long-term care financing reform, experts say
Nov 19, 2013
The United States is likely to favor an approach to long-term care financing reform that values self-reliance but includes some form of social safety net, according to a new report from a panel of experts.
Oct 01, 2013
As interest rates slowly nudge upward and public financing agencies remain under scrutiny, analysts look at the ramifications for skilled nursing and seniors housing
Jul 01, 2013
Connecticut — The National Labor Relations Board has sued HealthBridge Management for contempt of court, marking the latest development in a long-running dispute.