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  • Admission Holds Up to 60% of SNFs for Oklahoma Operator
    by Alex Zorn on September 26, 2021 at 6:23 pm

    Despite seeing adequate census to remain open, Medford-Okla.-based Servant Living Center, owned by the Diakonos Group, was forced to close earlier this year due to not having enough staffing to take care of its residents. Diakonos Group CEO and President Scott Pilgrim hopes it will be the only one of his facilities that will close […] The post Admission Holds Up to 60% of SNFs for Oklahoma Operator appeared first on Skilled Nursing News. […]

  • Inglis House Balances Providing ‘Person-Centered Care’ With Staffing Challenges
    by Jordyn Reiland on September 26, 2021 at 6:16 pm

    Ten years after Inglis House set out to transform its hospital-like environment to six “neighborhoods”, leaders at the Philadelphia-based long-term care facility have had to balance staffing issues and the COVID-19 pandemic with their goal of providing person-centered care. Inglis House provides long-term residential care for 252 adults with physical disabilities, including multiple sclerosis, cerebral […] The post Inglis House Balances Providing ‘Person-Centered Care’ With Staffing Challenges appeared first on Skilled Nursing News. […]

  • PRF M&A Reporting Won’t Have ‘Chilling Effect’ on SNF Dealmaking
    by Jordyn Reiland on September 26, 2021 at 6:11 pm

    When the federal government announced the availability of $25.5 billion in COVID-19 relief funding earlier this month, it specifically noted that Provider Relief Funds should not be used for M&A activity. “To help ensure that these provider relief funds are used for patient care, PRF recipients will be required to notify the HHS Secretary of […] The post PRF M&A Reporting Won’t Have ‘Chilling Effect’ on SNF Dealmaking appeared first on Skilled Nursing News. […]

  • 3 Tailwinds Boosting Senior Living’s Recovery — And How Providers Can Benefit Most
    by Chuck Sudo on September 24, 2021 at 9:18 pm

    From the effects of the delta variant to a worsening labor crisis, the senior living industry faces myriad challenges — but there are also powerful tailwinds that are propelling a pandemic recovery and should lead to a bright future for the sector. The recent experience of Bild & Company Founder and President Traci Bild illustrates […] The post 3 Tailwinds Boosting Senior Living’s Recovery — And How Providers Can Benefit Most appeared first on Senior Housing News. […]

  • BMO: Brookdale, Sunrise, Atria Still Logging Web Traffic Above 2019 Levels
    by Tim Regan on September 24, 2021 at 8:39 pm

    Despite all of the recent disruptions from Covid-19, some of the country’s biggest senior living providers are still logging web traffic above pre-pandemic levels— good news for an industry anxiously awaiting what the coming months will bring. That’s according to BMO Capital Markets analysts Juan Sanabria and John Kim, who analyzed SimilarWeb website data for […] The post BMO: Brookdale, Sunrise, Atria Still Logging Web Traffic Above 2019 Levels appeared first on Senior Housing News. […]