Monday, August 29, 2016

For-profit companies build alternatives to assisted living, nursing homes with obscure help from Medicare

The for-profit world of private equity companies is now building “active senior” centers to keep them out of assisted living or nursing homes. Sarah Varney has a detailed story in the Aug. 21 Sunday Business of the New York Times. A little known Medicare rule allows this development.
The specific home is in Denver, and the company is InnovAge .

I would wonder if high altitude affects some seniors.  Would Flagstaff, AZ or Leadville CO be OK for a senior home?

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