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Senior Living Executive Magazine

Argentum's bi-monthly publication, Senior Living Executive covers the latest news in assisted living aimed at improving operational excellence in senior living care. The digital edition allows readers to “flip” through each page, click through to e-mails and web sites, share content with colleagues, and much more. Visit alfapublications.org to check out current and archived editions of the magazine. 

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Recent Senior Living Executive Articles:

As safety technology tools do their most important job of keeping residents safe, they also offer important cost-saving and marketing advantages.
In the United States, one in three seniors fall each year and about 75 percent of health-care costs are spent on chronic diseases. In a study conducted by the parent company of Philips Lifeline, data showed seniors with chronic conditions fell and required emergency transport up to 54 percent more often than their peers with no chronic conditions.
The old adage “home is where the heart is” appears in full bloom throughout senior living design. Communities are increasingly embracing nurturing environments highlighting the need to rest, play, and socialize in creative, accessible, and functional settings. Aesthetics are important but providers are keenly aware of the need for structures to support resident engagement to promote health and well-being.
As of September 30, Toledo, Ohio-based Health Care REIT is now Welltower Inc. “The name Welltower reflects our commitment to environments that promote wellness. It’s a name that’s in sync with what’s happening in the health-care industry more broadly and reflects the important role we play as the catalyst for funding health-care infrastructure,” said CEO Tom DeRosa in a letter to employees.
Both state and federal legislative and regulatory activity impact the senior living industry, and a top priority of Argentum is to ensure meaningful and appropriate rules governing association members and the residents and families they serve. Recently, Argentum offered comments on two pressing federal issues affecting the industry stemming from separate proposals out of the U.S. Department of Labor and the Veterans Benefits Administration.
As one of the biggest expenses in senior living operations, dining weighs heavily on the minds of finance officers. Check out the following strategies for one you may not have tried.
With inexpensive capital available for the taking, a continued and growing market of consumers, and increasingly sophisticated business practices, senior living enjoys an enviable position, but can it last?
The Senior Living 2025 listening tour has been in full swing over the summer. Through this campaign, designed to coalesce thought leaders around major issues impacting the industry, I’ve had the privilege to learn from and listen to experts on the senior living linchpin issues of Quality Care, Operational Excellence, Workforce Development, and Consumer Choice.
New survey data from A Place for Mom and The Mutual Fund Store reinforces popular opinion that Americans remain woefully uninformed about retirement and long-term care options and unprepared for their own needs.
The Texas Assisted Living Association (TALA) is dedicated to advancing public policy initiatives and advocating for informed choice, quality care, and accessibility for all Texans.

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If you want to get your message to real decision-makers in the senior living industry, you have to know the right places to look—and the right people to reach. Senior Living Executive’s more than 20,000 readers are the hard-to-reach executives who are responsible for running senior living corporations and communities. They make decisions regarding financing, design and build, technology, interior design, furnishings, food service, safety and emergency, transportation, and much more. If you would like to explore advertising opportunities, please explore Argentum's Marketing Planner.

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