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11 months ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Nursing Home Reporting Flexibilities

CMS has granted flexibility on several federal reporting requirements; the State has not.

3 years ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

LeadingAge NY Issues Comprehensive Final Budget Analysis

Report summarizes provisions in the final 2018-19 State Budget that affect multiple long term care, post-acute care, and senior service lines.

3 years ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Continuing Care Retirement Communities: Opportunities for New York's Economy and Older Adults

New York State is home to 12 not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs), offering independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing care on one campus. Each CCRC generates hundreds of jobs and tens of millions of dollars in economic activity to its local economy and that of the State.

4 years ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Federal Requirements of Participation Resources
6 years ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Medicare Part B Deadline

LeadingAge NY reminds members that Wed., April 1 is a critical deadline for Medicare Part B payment issues.

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

HOLY SMOKE! Recreational Marijuana Use in New York: What Does It Mean for Your Facility?

New Yorkers are abuzz with the news that the state has legalized recreational adult use of marijuana effective September 2022. Under the Compassionate Care Act, SNFs and ALFs have supported the use of medical marijuana for residents with qualifying conditions since the Act was passed in 2014. With legalized adult use of marijuana, how will health care facilities and their residents be impacted?

1 day ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

DOH Regional Offices Shifting Directions on Outdoor Visitation and Other Activities During Nursing Home Outbreaks

LeadingAge NY is hearing from nursing home members that some regional offices are instructing nursing homes that outdoor visitation, communal dining, and group activities may take place among residents who live in units that have been placed under transmission-based precautions due to an outbreak. We have sought, but have not received, confirmation from the DOH central office that this new approach represents central office policy.

2 days ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Proposed SNF PPS Rule Aims for Recalibration

The annual payment update proposes a 1.3 percent increase but seeks to recalibrate payments to address an unintended payment increase of 5 percent in 2020 due to the shift to the PDPM methodology.

7 days ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Vaccination Update

Concerns regarding NYSIIS reporting and Johnson & Johnson pause.

7 days ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

This Week Is Careers in Aging Week!

Focus is on increasing awareness of careers in aging on social media.

1 day ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

New HCBS 30-Month Lookback Policy Sent to CMS for Approval

Comments to CMS on the policy change are due May 9th.

7 days ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

MDS Data Verification Process Underway

Nursing home members should ensure that residents are matched with the correct MDS assessments before the May 7th deadline.

7 days ago

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

New York Updates Travel-Related Quarantine Requirements

Fully vaccinated and recently recovered HCP are not required to quarantine or test upon return to New York from interstate or international travel. Unvaccinated HCP and those who have not recovered from COVID-19 in the past three months who work in nursing homes, EALRs, and ALPs must quarantine for 14 days upon return to New York from domestic or international travel. All other unvaccinated HCP and those who have not recently recovered must quarantine only after international travel for seven days if they are tested on day three to five or for 10 days if not tested.

8 days ago
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