Long-term care is teetering on the brink of disaster.
Even before COVID-19, the sector endured widespread economic and operational problems. Now, nursing homes and assisted living residences are reeling from the loss of patients, lower revenues, staff recruitment and retention obstacles as well as a growing call for review and reform from the public and government agencies. We haven’t yet seen the tide of litigation, which is bound to swell as guilt-ridden and angry families seek to take revenge for the deaths of tens of thousands of their relatives.
How can the sector survive – or more accurately, how will it survive?
Whether you are a decision-maker for a nursing home, assisted living or other senior care organization, listen to this Timely Issues podcast to hear about the possible paths to recovery for the congregate long-term care sector.