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Staffing Crisis Keeps Bad Employees In Senior Living Too Long

November 15, 2017, Mary Kate Nelson, Senior Housing News - Senior housing providers on the whole may be far too reluctant to let bad employees go, and this could be just as detrimental as the plethora of other staffing challenges they’re facing.  That’s according to Paul Gross, the founder…

Judge Orders DOJ To Pay Legal Fees For HCR ManorCare In Rehab Claims Case

November 6, 2017, Emily Mongan, McKnight's Long-Term Care News - The Department of Justice will have to pay HCR ManorCare legal fees after a judge slammed its handling of a whistleblower case against the provider.  The case,…

GOP Tax Cut Plan Could Force Providers To Close Up Shop, Group Says

November 6, 2017, Emily Mongan, McKnight's Long-Term Care News - A tax cuts bill released Thursday by House lawmakers could be “devastating” for long-term care providers, according to the nation's largest nonprofit provider group.  The Tax…

New CEO Focused On LCS’ Evolving Post-Acute Strategy

November 5, 2017, Tim Mullaney, Skilled Nursing News - A new CEO is set to take the helm at one of the nation’s largest senior living and skilled nursing organizations, and honing the company’s post-acute…