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PUBLIC POLICY


Public Policy Institute attendees visit with Rep. Paul Tonko (D-NY) on Capitol Hill. From left to right: Yardi Systems Regional Director Richard Nix, Benchmark Senior Living VP and Deputy General Counsel Brian Danaher, Atria Senior Living SVP General Counsel Walter Bryan Hudson, Rep. Tonko, Kensington Senior LIving Partner Steve Lampa, Argentum New York Co-Director Ginger Lynch Landy, The Kensington Director of Assisted Living Diane Mandracchia.


Tennessee Argentum Executive Director Martha Gentry speaks with Rep. Phil Roe, a Republican lawmaker representing Tennessee.


that regulators approve code designed for assisted living and not simply apply current code for nursing homes to AL. “If that’s the trend, it’s critically important on getting those dialogues going now, and Argentum has taken the lead on this.” All panelists agreed that it is critical for


the senior living industry to use metrics allowing them to track data. Laxton said


without metrics, senior living is at risk of becoming irrelevant in the growing health- care continuum. “There is no value in the AL sector not leaning in on this conversation,” said Lowe. “It’s really important to have data-driven information as part of these larger policy discussions.” She added in response to a question from Argentum Board Chairman


Ed Kenny, left, the chairman and CEO of LCS, with Dan Merriman, LCS senior compliance analyst.


Loren Shook that it’s “critically important for senior living industry to elevate this di- alogue and the data that it has been able to collect over time.” The panel discussion was followed by a discussion with the Centers for Disease Con- trol’s National Center for Health Statistics, where presenters highlighted data from the


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“It’s really important to have data-driven information as part of these larger policy discussions.” Serena Lowe, Administration for Community Living


58 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016


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