In 2012, states across the country passed legislation and implemented regulations affecting senior living providers. Do you know what changed in your state? Stay up to date on your state’s requirements through ALFA’s new report.
ALFA has gathered a year’s worth of legislative and regulatory activity into one all-inclusive document, the 2012 State Regulatory & Legislative Snapshot. This state by state report highlights regulatory and legislative changes and analysis on issues trending throughout the country. Outlining gubernatorial changes, chamber majority control information, and projected session dates, this document also helps your team prepare for the 2013 legislative session.
Perfect for government relations executives, executive directors, and anyone in your company concerned with regulatory and legislative compliance, the 2012 State Regulatory & Legislative Snapshot is free to ALFA members. Non-members may also purchase the report for $500. Download the free executive summary for a look at the report’s highlights, including a general overview of the top issues seen in 2012, and visit the ALFA store to download the complete report.
Federal Agency Activity, Health Care
The White House has requested a $2.076 billion 2017 budget for the Administration for Community Living, an increase of $28.4 million over the FY 2016 ...
Advocacy, ALFA's Public Policy Positions, Legislation, Policy in the States, Public Policy Brief, Regulations
As 2016 dawns on the community of senior living executives, Argentum continues to take a leading role in policy-making at the state and national level...
Federal Agency Activity, Financing Senior Living – Consumer Education
Earlier claiming of Social Security benefits by men and women has detrimental effects on widowed seniors, particularly.
ALFA's Public Policy Positions, CEO, cheatsheet, Dignity, Policy in the States, Regulations
A Utah lawmaker is reviving a bill that would permit residents of assisted living communities, or their representatives, to install cameras in their r...
Federal Agency Activity, Health Care, Managed Risk
The U.S. Health and Human Services Department has issued new guidelines designed to make it easier for patients to access their medical records.