NASL Members in the News

Skilled Nursing News - Vetting COVID-19 Testing Partners: What Nursing Homes Need to Know Now
Christopher Martin, Chair, NASL Diagnostic Testing Committee, CEO, American Health Associates  (4/28/20)

 

Skilled Nursing News - Therapists Find Some COVID-19 Telehealth Opportunities — But Remain Off Medicare List
Cynthia Morton, Executive Vice President, NASL (4/24/20)

 

Skilled Nursing News - Inside a COVID-19 Testing Company’s Nursing Home Strategy: New Methods, Logistical Struggles
Christopher Martin, Chair, NASL Diagnostic Testing Committee, CEO, American Health Associates   (4/9/20)

 

Skilled Nursing News Speech Therapy Poised to Take Center Stage in Skilled Nursing Under PDPM
Garry Pezzano, Senior Vice President of Clinical Practice at Genesis Rehab Services and Josh Pickus, CEO of Optima Healthcare Solutions.  (11/28/18)

 

Skilled Nursing News  - Aegis CEO: Therapy Can Still Drive Skilled Nursing Revenue Under PDPM
NASL President, Martha Schram, President and CEO of Aegis Therapies.  (11/15/18)

McKnight's - NASL – the Little Engine that Does
Cynthia Morton, Executive Vice President, NASL  (10/3/18)

McKnight's Therapy relief, but also plenty of provider concerns with newly published CMS payment rule
Cynthia Morton, Executive Vice President, NASL (7/30/18)

McKnight's - Therapy Caps Back on as Congress Delays Action
Cynthia Morton, Executive Vice President, NASL (1/4/18)


McKnight's'Extenders' Package Would Repeal Therapy Caps, but SNF Payment Changes May be Included 
Cynthia Morton, Executive Vice President, NASL (10/16/17)


McKnight's Nursing homes' 1% Medicare pay increase 'unlikely' to cover costs, expert warns  
Cynthia Morton, 
Executive Vice President, NASL (8/2/17)

McKnight'sCMS wants more comments on revisions to skilled nursing case-mix methodology.  
Cynthia Morton, Executive Vice President, NASL (6/14/17)


McKnight's - GAO gets it right with need for more IT
Cynthia Morton, NASL Executive Vice President, McKnight’s guest column (5/11/17) 


McKnight's - Content with capped 1% increase, providers turn focus to quality aspects of pay rule
Cynthia Morton, Executive Vice President, NASL (5/1/17)

McKnight's - Joint Exercise 
Cynthia Morton, Executive Vice President, NASL (4/5/17)


McKnight's - Providers exhale but remain cautious after healthcare bill demise
Cynthia Morton, Executive Vice President, NASL (3/27/17)