Skilled Nursing News September 15, 2023
Shelby Grebbin

The landscape at skilled nursing facilities is evolving rapidly, influenced by factors such as changing regulations, workforce challenges, and the rise of Medicare Advantage, and the minimum staffing proposal only complicates matters.

This view was expressed by industry leaders in the opening session of the Skilled Nursing News’ RETHINK conference Wednesday. Panelists – Wesley Rogers, CEO of Brickyard Healthcare, Phil Scalo, CEO and founder of Bartley Healthcare and Vice Chair of the American Health Care Association (AHCA), and Erin Shvetzoff Hennessey, CEO of Health Dimensions Group – shared their perspectives during a discussion on the topic.

Addressing staffing challenges

In light of the recent staffing mandate, Rogers pointed out that less than 20% of all nursing homes meet the 24/7...

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Conferences / Podcast, Insurance, Medicare Advantage, Post-Acute Care, Provider, Technology, Trends
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