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ACA Replacement Would Harm Providers, Caregivers, Elderly, Groups Say

March 7, 2017, Lois Bowers, McKnight's Senior Living - Long-term services and supports providers, Medicaid beneficiaries and professional caregivers would suffer if the bill that Republicans in the House of Representatives proposed Monday to replace the Affordable Care Act becomes…

Government Expects To Recover $1.9 Billion For 2016 Medicaid Fraud Cases

March 6, 2017, Lois Bowers, McKnight's Senior Living - The federal government expects to recover almost $1.9 billion from Medicaid fraud, abuse and neglect cases that were settled or for which judgments were issued in 2016, according to 

Justin Hutchens, President Of HCP, Inc.

March 6, 2017, Senior Housing News - Meet Justin Hutchens, president of HCP Inc. Prior to his current role, he was chief investment officer for the publicly held real estate investment trust, and previously held roles as CEO of National Health Investors and chief operating officer for Emeritus…

HHC Finance Firing On All Cylinders

March 3, 2017, Steve Monroe, Senior Care Investor - Housing and Healthcare Finance (HHC Finance) was busy in February, closing three HUD transactions for nearly $43.7 million in business. First, in Nassau County, New York, a 218-bed/95-unit assisted living…

RETOOLING HUD: Armed With Better Efficiency, The Agency Is Targeting Affordable Housing Projects

March 2017, John Nelson, Southeast Real Estate Business - In an effort to streamline processes both in its headquarters and in the field, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) multifamily division recently completed a massive restructuring…

Health Insurers Optimistic After Meeting With Trump

February 27, 2017, Shelby Livingston, Modern Healthcare - After meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House early Monday, the CEOs of several large health insurers were optimistic about the future of the health insurance industry if the Affordable Care Act is repealed and…

Education As An Investment

February 27, 2017, Larry Bradshaw, McKnight's Senior Living - When I started college, I really wasn't sure it was for me based on my first-year academic performance. In fact, I initially declared I wasn't returning to college after my first year, much to my family's, including my future wife's,…

PharMerica Plans To 'Get Aggressive' About Assisted Living

February 26, 2017, Lois Bowers, McKnight's Senior Living - Long-term care pharmacy company PharMerica Corp. intends to launch a new initiative focused on assisted living to increase its share of that market this year, CEO…

Potential $2 Billion REIT Has Big Senior Housing Plans

February 26, 2017, Mary Kate Nelson, Senior Housing News - CNL Healthcare Properties II, a non-traded real estate investment trust (REIT), has entered into its first senior housing acquisition agreement since the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) declared its initial…

CMS Anti-Fraud Contractors May Consolidate Under Trump Administration

February 24, 2017, Emily Mongan, McKnight's Long-Term Care News - The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' anti-fraud contractors could consolidate as part of President Donald Trump's plan to cut federal spending, some experts believe.  CMS awarded seven contracts through its…