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Jessica Rosenberg

jrosenberg@lancasterpollard.com

Jessica Rosenberg is an associate with Lancaster Pollard in Columbus. Previously, she worked in corporate development and completed a management training program at Belmont Village Senior Living. She earned her degree in hotel administration management from Cornell University. At Lancaster Pollard, she is responsible for financial modeling and valuation, credit analysis, interaction with all funding participants and coordinating the closing process.

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Is Memory Care Mandatory? Providers Build and Expand to Keep Up With Demand

8/8/2016 According to the Alzheimer’s Association, one in eight people over the age of 65 has some form of Alzheimer’s. Further, nearly half of seniors age 85 and older have it. Compounding this trend is the fact that by 2030, the population of seniors is expected to double, reaching nearly 74 million.1 This is a message to senior living providers that existing residents who are not necessarily considered to have cognitive impairment may very well need some level of memory care (MC) programing and related assistance. As such, is MC becoming a necessary component of all seniors housing and care facilities? A look at current development trends coupled with rapidly changing demographics suggests the answer is yes. Read More

A Shift in Care: Protecting Access to Medicare Act

4/8/2016 The Protecting Access to Medicare Act (PAMA), like a lot of legislation, is based on a noble intention and is full of trade-offs, benefits and drawbacks. Overall, the Act aims to move the health care industry toward one that pays for results as opposed to services. Getting there, of course, is the tricky part. Read More

Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals: Can They Be Financed?

12/6/2015 Although long-term acute care hospitals (LTACHs) have been around for some time, they have historically been lost in the shuffle by financiers. While many may compare them to a traditional skilled nursing facility (SNF), there are several key differences which make it more difficult for LTACHs to obtain long-term financing. This begs the question; are there any consistent financing options for LTACHs similar to those in the skilled nursing sector? To determine the answer, we must first understand what LTACHs are and the factors which affect their financial health. Read More

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