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National Long Term Care Community Business Coalition Cautions Severe $16 Billion Medicare Cuts to Nursing Home Care Will Not Only Jeopardize Quality Care to Seniors but Deeply Impact Businesses that Support Sector, Contribute to Local Economies
Date:8/4/2009

presentatives healthcare reform legislation, HR 3200, expected to be voted on when Members of Congress return to Capitol Hill from congressional recess in August and chronic Medicaid underfunding exacerbated by state budgets weakened by the economic downturn.

"Many healthcare providers and those who work them want to be supportive of healthcare reform," said Doug Burr, Vice President of Finance, Reimbursement and Government Relations for Health Care Navigator, LLC, a long term care company located in White Plains, NY that provides a range of administrative, support and consultative services to skilled nursing facilities and hospices as well as to therapy and home health providers in nine states. "Drastic funding cuts on top of an administrative measure that slashes $16 billion makes sustaining a healthy long term care sector challenging at best. These cuts are being levied even though SNFs operate with the smallest overall total margins amongst all health care providers. The low total margins at SNFs are caused in large part by Medicaid not covering the cost of care."

Nationwide, the long term care industry provides almost two million jobs and accounts for approximately 1% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). CoCares emphasizes that stability in Medicare and Medicaid is the key toward ensuring that patients receive high quality nursing home care or care in assisted living settings and supporting businesses are able to provide key services and products that enhance the delivery of care.

The Community Cares Coalition consists of long term care community businesses and organizations across America. To view a list of CoCares members, please visit www.mycocares.org.


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