‘Hotel-Like’ Accommodations on the Periphery for Nursing Homes As Reimbursement Remains a Sticking Point

With the pandemic imposing the need for skilled nursing facilities to move away from institutional type settings, more SNF operators have taken a page from the hospitality industry — adding concierge-like services and hotel-style accommodations. Generations Healthcare, for instance, recently completed construction on a 116-bed nursing home in Temecula, Calif. – following the opening of […]

Generations Healthcare Builds New SNF to Fill Care Gaps, Strengthen Hospital Partnerships

Opening a new skilled nursing facility is no easy task, especially at a time when occupancy has yet to recover to pre-pandemic levels. But for Generations Healthcare, the opportunity to fill a gap in one southern-California town’s post-acute care network made building Temecula Healthcare Center a worthwhile investment. Located just a few minutes from Temecula […]

Providers Turn to Behavioral Health to Boost Sagging Skilled Nursing Revenue

Depending on the state they’re in, skilled nursing facilities could jolt flagging finances by adding a behavioral health component to their lineup of services. But they have to proceed carefully. Such services can bolster reimbursement significantly, while also creating additional pressure on hiring, staffing, and programming, according to providers presenting at the LTC 100 conference […]

Generations Healthcare CEO: Why We Built New SNFs in California, Nevada

Generations Healthcare recently broke ground on a new skilled nursing facility in Temecula, Calif., one that will include 116 skilled nursing and rehab beds and 64 memory care and dementia-focused beds. That bed ratio in some ways reflects where Generations president and CEO Thomas Olds, Jr. sees the skilled nursing world going: toward sicker patients […]