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AHCA's PARKINSON TO STEP DOWN NEXT JANUARY
McKnight's LTC News, Feb. 20, 2024
He stepped into the AHCA/NCAL top post in January 2011, after declining to run for another term as the governor of Kansas.

EXPECT ANOTHER FIVE-STAR FREEZE AMID NURSING HOME SURVEY DELAYS
McKnight's LTC News, Feb. 20, 2024
The temporary freeze will run through July, when CMS will refresh its rating system...

FINES COST NURSING HOME SECTOR $560M AS VOLUME QUADRUPLES IN POST-PANDEMIC ERA
Skilled Nursing News, Feb. 14, 2024
The high cost to the sector from fines was despite the amount charged per fine being cut by more than half.

PARKINSON FORECASTS RECORD OCCUPANCY, "MASSIVELY GOOD NEWS" FOR SECTOR
McKnight's LTC, Feb. 14, 2024
"This has enormous ramifications for how we are going to get workers to take care of all the people that need our help..."

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT AIMS TO STRENGTHEN NURSING HOME INVESTIGATIONS
McKnight's LTC, Feb. 8, 2024
The event is the latest in a series of signs that federal officials are taking aggressive steps to police long-term care facilities it suspects of providing inadequate care.

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