Long-Term Care

Knowledge and Perspective

As health care reform continues to unfold and affect organizations across the care continuum, retirement communities, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living centers, home health agencies, and hospices must find ways to gain operational efficiency and enhance revenue during an era of increasing reimbursement pressure from Medicare, Medicaid, and other payers.

Gaining traction in the new world of health care requires teaming with an advisor who understands your industry, has nationally recognized expertise in health care reform issues, and can help you focus more of your time on what you do best: providing your residents with quality care.

Many senior living organizations share certain characteristics, but we’ve served the industry long enough to know that every facility is unique. That’s why we never apply a one-size-fits-all approach but rather come to each client relationship with open ears and eyes, listening first to your needs and circumstances before offering expertise on a given subject.

We serve a wide range of senior living facilities, from those with fewer than 60 beds to some of the nation’s largest organizations, and many of our clients have been with us for decades. They stay with us because they appreciate the level of personal attention they receive, the health care experience we bring to the table, and our deep involvement in the industry associations that matter to them, including:

  • American Health Care Association
  • Arizona Health Care Association
  • California Association of Health Facilities
  • LeadingAge National
  • LeadingAge of Arizona
  • LeadingAge of California
  • LeadingAge of Oregon
  • LeadingAge of Texas
  • LeadingAge of Washington
  • National Investment Center
  • Oregon Health Care Association
  • Washington Health Care Association

Who We Serve

More than 600 long-term care organizations rely on Moss Adams for accounting and advisory services, including:

  • Continuing care retirement communities
  • Retirement centers and communities
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Skilled nursing facilities
  • Home health agencies
  • Hospice centers

Insights


Alert
A new California Assembly bill clarifies the Dynamex decision, changing how employers classify employees and independent contractors.

Article
Changes are coming to Medicaid reimbursement and compliance-and-ethics program requirements for long-term care facilities.

Webcast
Join us for an on-demand webcast addressing key changes in skilled nursing. This regulatory update features analysis of compliance considerations for the coming year, the impact of federal legislative changes, and useful benchmarks in strategic planning for skilled nursing providers.

Article
Implementing Medicare for All could dramatically alter health care. Understand the potential implications to hospitals, physicians, employers, and payers.

Article
In our second quarter update, we look at market trends and developments for investors in the senior living and health care industries.

Article
While the 340B Drug Pricing Program provides health care organizations with significant benefits, it also has many noteworthy regulatory and compliance requirements.

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