CCRC Policy and Regulation
CCRCs are regulated on the state level, but every so often a national issue comes to the fore. LeadingAge is on the forefront of tracking these policy issues and understanding the implications for all CCRCs.
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Senior living communities need a public performance license to show pretty much any film that residents watch together in a common area. Why? Because it’s the law.
Assisted living directors and certified nurse aides working in life plan communities (formerly CCRCs) saw their wages increase during 2016, according to the new salary and benefits report issued by the Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service in cooperation with LeadingAge.
For years, we’ve been anticipating the arrival of more sophisticated and more demanding consumers who know what they want from a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) and aren’t afraid to ask for it. Those new consumers have arrived. Recent activity in Connecticut is an example.
When the White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) convenes on July 13, 2015, the spotlight will be shining brightly on older Americans and their unique needs. But if John Diffey and Beryl Goldman have their way, the conference will be as relevant to 15-year-olds as it is to 95-year-olds.
Oct. 1, 2015, is the new ICD-10 compliance date for providers, according to a final rule issued July 31 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).