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  • GDRs, antipsychotics and PRNs, Oh My! June 18, 2018
    With off-label antipsychotic use dangerously high in U.S. nursing homes as reported by Human Rights Watch, a question undoubtedly on the tip of everyone's tongue is "How do we fix this?" We all know the scenarios. We've seen them happen. How do we handle them?
  • Are your residents getting the drug or the VIP treatment? June 18, 2018
    Most older adults in the United States would prefer to live in their own homes and communities as they age.
  • Skyline avoids class-action suit in Arkansas June 18, 2018
    A federal judge has dismissed a potential class action lawsuit against Skyline Highland Holdings — an entity connected to the operator whose homes went into receivership en masse this spring — ruling the case was without merit because attorneys failed to describe specific harm to residents.
  • Report: CMS hospital star ratings wrong for two years June 18, 2018
    The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has miscalculated hospital star ratings for two years, according to a startling report published by Modern Healthcare Friday.
  • Miss Dudlicek was right: There are at least two sides to this nursing home story June 18, 2018
    Regardless, my class took in the film as part of a field trip, which meant our teacher was obligated to talk about the basics of the scrivener's craft afterward.

Senior Housing News

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  • Tech Beat: Eversound Partners With JEA Senior Living June 18, 2018
    Eversound Partners With JEA Senior Living Eversound, a Boston-based provider of hearing technology and resident engagement solutions for senior housing communities, has partnered with Vancouver, Washington-based JEA Senior Living, which operates more than 50 senior housing across the United States. As part of the partnership, Read More » The post Tech Beat: Eversound Partners With […]
    Mary Kate Nelson
  • Merrill Gardens Encouraged by First China Projects, Could Expand Pipeline June 18, 2018
    For Merrill Gardens, the next big senior housing opportunity could lie in China. The Seattle-based senior housing provider manages a 215-unit rental community in Harbin, China, with another two senior housing projects slated to open in the months ahead in Suzhou and Guiyang, China. Those forthcoming projects Read More » The post Merrill Gardens Encouraged by First […]
    Tim Regan
  • Greystone CEO: CCRCs Have Solid Future, But Pricing Will Change June 18, 2018
    There’s been some uncertainty about the future of continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs)—whether they will appeal to the next generation of seniors, or whether their pricing model will deter those potential residents. In reality, though, CCRCs are likely here to stay, Greystone Communities co-CEO John Spooner told Read More » The post Greystone CEO: CCRCs Have Solid […]
    Mary Kate Nelson
  • Transactions & Financings: KeyBank, HHC Finance June 17, 2018
    HHC Finance Closes $4.86 Million HUD Loan for Community in Texas Housing & Healthcare Finance recently closed a $4.86 million 232/223(f) HUD loan for New Haven of Kyle, a 32-unit assisted living and memory care community in Kyle, Texas. The community was constructed in 2014 by New Read More » The post Transactions & Financings: KeyBank, HHC […]
    Mary Kate Nelson
  • Holiday CEO: We Have ‘Changed Our Story’ Following Major Changes June 17, 2018
    Just over a year after announcing several major changes—including a move of its corporate headquarters across the country and abandoning its longstanding management model—CEO Lilly Donohue says Holiday Retirement is in “put-your-head-down mode” and focusing on improving the resident experience. The nation’s largest independent living Read More » The post Holiday CEO: We Have ‘Changed […]
    Mary Kate Nelson