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.

 

  1. House Votes to Suspend Medicare Sequester and PAYGO Cuts

    On March 19, the House passed bipartisan legislation (H.R. 1868) that would prevent reimbursement rate cuts for Medicare providers, including several types of aging services providers that bill Medicare. Previous legislation suspended the 2% sequester cut to Medicare ...

  2. Interview with Scott Crabtree and Jere Hales - February 8, 2021

    Listen to the interview here. Scott Crabtree, President and CEO and Jeré Hales, Chief Operating Officer, both of Lambeth House, a Life Plan Community in New Orlean, joined the February 8, 2021 LeadingAge Coronavirus Update Call ...

  3. HHS Clarifies Provider Relief, While Heroes Act Adds New Funds and Parameters

    HHS Offers Some Answers on PRF As part of a LeadingAge Member Update call on May 12, Nick Uehlecke, senior advisor to HHS Sec. Alex Azar, discussed plans for future distributions from the PRF that will benefit aging services providers. Specifically, he said they have been sifting through data ...

  4. A New York Member’s Playbook to Manage a COVID 19 Surge

    Top Four Considerations: Liz’s COVID 19 Surge “Checklist”   Link to audio interview here.  

  5. Up In The Air: How Long Coronavirus Lives On Surfaces

    On what surfaces and matter can the virus survive? To answer this question, we reviewed three studies, by the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), ...