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Dee Rossetti

Getting back to basics at Revera

Revera Nursing and Rehab has taken a ‘back to basics’ stance to continue to expand its clinical capabilities portfolio and provide patients with the care, respect and positive outcomes they deserve, despite today’s ever-changing climate.

AHCA’s Parkinson ‘cautiously optimistic,’ despite sequester and other looming fiscal challenges

A newly enacted sequester may be trimming Medicare payments to skilled nursing operators, but the sector remains strong and poised for future growth. That assessment was delivered Wednesday by the head of the nation’s largest nursing home association at a conference in San Diego hosted by the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry.

President Barack Obama

Medicare concessions possible, Obama says

President Obama touched on several issues that matter to long-term care operators during last month’s State of the Union address. His most urgent message to lawmakers: Do not not allow sequestration cuts to kick in. Otherwise, providers will feel the pinch of an automatic 2% Medicare funding cut.

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