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February 2022 | Issue 13
Solutions Spotlight
2021 Senior Living Trends Survey: Focus on Strategic Planning


Evaluate your own plans and determine whether the time is right to step out of business planning and elevate to strategic planning. Strategic planning to a large extent asks organizations the big questions and focuses on the long-term. For example, asking what needs to be done to increase nursing census feels like a business plan question; asking if we should eliminate nursing all together feels like a strategic planning question.
Developing a Program to Satisfy Your Cybersecurity Insurance

Your cybersecurity program exists for one reason: to protect your organization. To make sure there are no gaps within your policy, you need to make sure = your bases covered. Either with a risk assessments, pen-tests, or awareness trainings, etc. We’re not all experts in cybersecurity insurance, and we don’t expect you to be.
Join on us March 17 with Vice President of Business Development and Co-Founder Mike Stamas and special guest Mike Convertino, to review:
- Learn insight on the importance of balance between your cyber-program and your cyber-insurance
- Understand the importance of impacts and costs associated with cyber risk
- Ensure your current coverage is adequate to your cyber program
Recruitment, Retention, Affordability, and the Role of Health Benefit Design


The current global disruptions are forcing businesses to respond to new and different types of workforce challenges, all of which are presenting opportunities for reevaluation and innovation. You cannot afford to miss this conversation with three industry experts who are offering real time insight into how they're tackling challenges employers are facing in 2022.
Earn Free CEU Credits

Just when you think you are on the move, you can get tagged once again. This session will provide attendees with strategies to address the newly released F-Tags and other compliance areas affecting the long term care industry.
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Don't Skip A Beat: Heart Health at Any Age

February marks the 58th anniversary of American Heart Month and the continued support with education and programs emphasizing the importance of the ongoing fight against cardiovascular disease. There has been significant progress in scientific research and evidence-based interventions throughout the medical community since the first American Heart month in 1964; however, cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of death for men, women, and most racial and ethnic groups in the United States. It is important to understand the types of heart classifications associated with heart disease. In the United States, the most common type of cardiovascular disease is coronary artery disease (CAD), which affects the blood flow to the heart.
Defining Strategies for Retaining Your Staff

Finding quality team members can challenge recruitment efforts in ordinary times. And though we hope we’ve already seen the worst of the pandemic,
senior living communities across the country continue to struggle to fill a variety of positions in their dining departments.
Interested in learning how you can enhance your ability to build and nurture a high-performing and loyal team.
New York's Proposed Budget Eliminates the Medicaid Resource Test What Skilled Nursing Facilities Need to Know

On January 18, 2022, Governor Hochul unveiled her proposals for the 2023 Fiscal Year Budget for New York State. Within these proposals is an expansion of Medicaid services to low-income individuals aged 65 and over and those with disabilities, allowing these individuals to secure Medicaid eligibility after they become eligible for Medicare coverage. Governor Hochul aims to accomplish this by eliminating the resource eligibility test and increasing the income threshold for benefits eligibility to 138% of the Federal poverty level for Medicaid applicants.
How to Keep Your SNF Sustainable After COVID Relief Ends

Long term care facilities are challenged with ensuring high-quality care with limited resources and a limited pool of qualified workers. As COVID-19 relief comes to an end, there is now added financial and operational pressure for your Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) to meet census and retain and recruit staff. On March 1, join Grassi Healthcare Advisors and Grassi's Human Resource consultants for a live video session discussing best practices and strategies that can be implemented within your SNF to ensure sustainability. 
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