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Renaissance receives highest marks for skilled nursing care

Renaissance receives highest marks for skilled nursing care

Following an annual survey conducted by the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA), Renaissance at the Terraces, which provides senior health services for residents at The Terraces at Bonita Springs retirement community, as well as the surrounding area, has received a ‘deficiency free’ rating for exceptional skilled nursing care. “I am in awe of the […]
A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Staying Independent by Reducing Risk

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Staying Independent by Reducing Risk

If you’ve attended my monthly town hall meetings on a recurring basis, no doubt you have heard me harp on the value of outpatient therapy services; particularly since we’ve added our new physical/occupational clinic at Terraces. I also speak frequently on the challenges with long-term care delivery systems and how it is considered unsustainable in […]
A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Medicare Bundled Payment – Pay Attention or …?

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Medicare Bundled Payment – Pay Attention or …?

By now, most of our residents have heard chatter regarding future changes to Medicare and specifically, implementation of a Bundled Payment. Currently the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) makes separate payments to providers for each of the individual services they furnish to beneficiaries for a single illness or course of treatment. Inclusive are […]
Renaissance receives highest marks for skilled nursing care

Renaissance receives highest marks for skilled nursing care

Following an annual survey conducted by the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA), Renaissance at the Terraces, which provides senior health services for residents at The Terraces at Bonita Springs retirement community, as well as the surrounding area, has received a ‘deficiency free’ rating for exceptional skilled nursing care. “I am in awe of the […]
A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Staying Independent by Reducing Risk

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Staying Independent by Reducing Risk

If you’ve attended my monthly town hall meetings on a recurring basis, no doubt you have heard me harp on the value of outpatient therapy services; particularly since we’ve added our new physical/occupational clinic at Terraces. I also speak frequently on the challenges with long-term care delivery systems and how it is considered unsustainable in […]
A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Medicare Bundled Payment – Pay Attention or …?

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Medicare Bundled Payment – Pay Attention or …?

By now, most of our residents have heard chatter regarding future changes to Medicare and specifically, implementation of a Bundled Payment. Currently the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) makes separate payments to providers for each of the individual services they furnish to beneficiaries for a single illness or course of treatment. Inclusive are […]
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