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Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2018
Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2018

In this issue of Argentum Quarterly, we look at the ever-present topic of emergency preparedness with a focus on natural disasters. Taking care of a frail population requires special planning and perseverance on every level and in every department of a senior living company. It also takes excellent coordination at the local, state, and possibly federal level.

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Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2019
Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2019

With drivers including the shift to value-based care and increased flexibility in services, many providers are looking toward alternative revenue streams such as Medicare Advantage and partnerships. In this issue of Argentum Quarterly, health intelligence firm Leavitt Partners presents a situational analysis that can help in shaping your move. It examines value, timelines, risk, regulatory context, and more for six different types of streams—including the still-dominant fee-for-service model. Data and focus on factors unique to senior living make for a concise overview useful to providers of any regions or scale.

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Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2020
Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2020

Understanding and managing changing cybersecurity risks in the COVID-19 era and beyond Reliance on technology in the senior living industry is progressing fast—and the COVID-19 pandemic further spurred this. Increased communication, EHRs, and telemedicine are invaluable to the mission of safety and quality care. But they can also leave sensitive information vulnerable—as some have experienced first-hand, through cyberattacks, human error, or fraud. What are the risks, now and ahead, how can we manage them, and how can we prepare our workforce? A range of experts address staying safe, lessons learned, and evolving trends to watch for. Sponsored by Willis Towers Watson

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Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2021
Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2021

Industry disruption calls us to define and re-define the meaning, practices, and future of leadership, professionalism, and careers. In this issue, leaders from academia, provider companies, and entrepreneurial and technology successes discuss what they’re doing to help make senior living a desirable choice for residents and emerging professionals, through teaching and training, leadership cultivation, and sales and marketing. Sponsored by Yardi

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Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2022
Argentum Quarterly Issue 3 2022

Learning from Other Industries Sometimes the best ideas come from outside our industry It’s not always easy to take a step back and consider what you could be doing differently. How can you do a better job of retaining employees? What can be done to improve your community’s sales and marketing? Are you alone in your situation or are some of your challenges just like those of others? Step outside your comfort zone and gain perspective of what is working in different industries and how these learnings can be applied to the senior living industry. Plus, get an inside look at the current state of the senior living workforce.

Argentum Quarterly issue 4 2018
Argentum Quarterly issue 4 2018

This issue of Argentum Quarterly is designed to give you a better understanding of the senior living workforce landscape and to spur new ways of cultivating and retaining workers for jobs in health care—jobs projected to grow more than any other occupational group over the next eight years and beyond—that have the timeless mission of caring for special populations. In this issue you'll see details on: getting to 2025 and state workforce projections; proven solutions for finding and growing a talent pipeline; what to expect at the state and regional level in 2019; and a review of jobs, hours, and wages in Q3 of 2018.

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Argentum Quarterly Issue 4 2019
Argentum Quarterly Issue 4 2019

Employee turnover is the defining challenge facing senior living. Consider: As Argentum published last year, we need to fill 1.4 million positions through 2025. Of those, more than 1 million represent the workers in senior living we will lose. This issue of Argentum Quarterly presents some solutions: Data from Activated Insights, Great Place to Work’s senior care team, reveal factors behind an employee’s decision to stay at a job. Civitas Senior Living outlines how the company used data to get a healthier retention rate. Plus: Insights on effective survey design from OnShift.

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Argentum Quarterly Issue 4 2020
Argentum Quarterly Issue 4 2020

Who are the older adults of America? How numerous are they, and how is their population projected to grow? Will those of the next decade be different from those today—in diversity, in financial situations, in need? To answer these questions and more, Argentum pulls together data and insights from multiple sources and perspectives to present a vision of who senior living needs to serve, today and tomorrow. Sponsored by Legacy Healthcare Services

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Argentum Quarterly Issue 4 2021
Argentum Quarterly Issue 4 2021

DEI: AN ESSENTIAL TO STRATEGY Insights on Making Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Central to Senior Living True diversity, equity, and inclusion means more than holding a training session or two—it needs to be part of a company’s strategy to succeed. Leaders from provider, industry, and human resources sectors who have intentionally made DEI part of the company culture and DNA tell their stories, present their research, and outline the steps, pitfalls, and rewards. When DEI is meaningful, intentional, and strategic, it returns invaluable benefits in positioning and perception—and highly tangible ones in recruitment and retention. Sponsored by Arena

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Assisted Living Community Executive Director Primer
Assisted Living Community Executive Director Primer

DIGITAL FILE ONLY - The Assisted Living Community Executive Director Primer provides senior living executive directors information on how to be more effective by augmenting skills and knowledge in various domains of study critical to performance excellence. The resource was developed by a panel of subject matter experts (SMEs) in the management of assisted living communities, and is further validated by a larger pool of executive directors from across the country. © September 2017.