Finance

NIC reports lowest SNF occupancy rates ever

The quarterly Skilled Nursing Data Report from the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care saw increases in Medicaid patients and decline in Medicare revenue.

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Helping older adults plan for life’s 4th quarter

While older adults are familiar with financial planning for retirement and death, a new website can help them plan for the “late game” in between, when costly illnesses and falls tend to occur.

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Fla CCRC fraud bill under fire

A Florida proposed bill intended to protect CCRC residents from fraud may have more problems than solutions, according to LeadingAge Florida.

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PharMerica targets assisted living

The long-term care pharmacy services provider is positioning itself to capture the growing opportunities in the assisted living sector.

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Medicare, Medicaid to drive health spending in next 9 years

Healthcare is expected to become nearly 20 percent of total U.S. spending by 2025, says an annual government report.

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Healthcare CRM software company expands into LTC

hc1 is bringing its experience in hospital and laboratory customer relationship management to the long-term care space.

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LTC mergers lead US healthcare deals in 2016

As the long-term care and rehab sectors pick up steam, is the era of the mega-merger winding down?

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Judge says no to Aetna/Humana merger

The risks to pricing and competition among Medicare plans were key factors in the denial, the court says.

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Capital One survey: M&A, new services to drive 2017

New industry segments and acquisitions are expected to drive the primary growth this year, according to a new Capital One Healthcare survey of healthcare executives.

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Foundations for a powerful Giving Program

What makes a strong and healthy charitable giving program? The President and CEO of the Asbury Foundation shares how to create a philanthropic program that keeps on giving throughout the year, not just during the holidays when generosity tends to spike.

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