“Quick Take” on the President’s Health Budget
The President announced his proposed budget for FY 2022 today, May 28th. This article discusses some of the health care provisions in the proposal. To clarify, the President’s Health Budget does not directly impact long-term ...
Important Salary & Benefits Report Underway for Home Care and Hospice
The published results cover marketplace data for 60 jobs and 21 fringe benefits. The results cover job data by salary, hourly, and per visit rates with data breakouts by auspice, revenue size, region, state, and CBSA. Planned salary increases, turnover, caseload, and shift differential data ...
WHAT’S HAPPENING ON CAPITOL HILL?
It has been a while since we had a Congressional update. What is happening on Capitol Hill now is a combination of big picture negotiations and detailed development of legislation that can be included in one or more larger, multi-faceted infrastructure bills. Yes, everyone – the White House, Congress, ...
Workforce Legislation Introduced that Invest in Direct Care Worker Career Opportunities
On May 5, House Education and Labor Committee Chairman Robert C. "Bobby" Scott (D-VA), and Representatives Susan Wild (D-PA) and Susie Lee (D-NV) re-introduced legislation that makes a significant investment in direct care worker career opportunities. The legislation, the
Task Force on Aging and Families, Includes LeadingAge in “Care Infrastructure” Roundtable
The House Democratic Task Force on Aging and Families (TFAF) convened a May 12, 2021, virtual roundtable on, “A Care Economy for an Aging America” to highlight the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the challenges faced by aging and disabled Americans, their families and caregivers. They also invited three national experts, ...