Skilled Nursing News quoted Healthcare Leader Matthew Bavolack in an article about Medicaid cuts in Connecticut nursing homes.
Skilled Nursing News
By Alex Spanko
Matthew Bavolack, principal at accounting and consulting firm Marcum LLP, told SNN earlier this year that despite occupancy rates in some areas of Connecticut pushing 90% or above, closures could prove costly for people who can only receive care in the institutional skilled nursing setting.
“There’s areas in the state where, if any more facilities were to close, it would be an access issue,” Bavolack, who serves as the national health care practice leader for Marcum, said.