The Role of the Receiver in Senior Living Communities
By Jessica Scouten and Zachary A. Rowe, Managing Directors & Tal Gurevich, Director, Healthcare Management Partners
The pandemic has intensified many of the pressures the senior living sector was already facing, including declining census, and workforce, regulatory, and reimbursement challenges. Many senior living facilities saw their revenues decline as occupancies decreased while at the same time contending...
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Tal Gurevich, MPH, is a director at Healthcare Management Partners (HMP) and brings almost eight years of industry experience spanning the healthcare delivery spectrum. At HMP, she has led strategic and operational assessments of hospitals and financial advisory engagements for REITs and long-term care providers. Gurevich has also provided operational oversight and management to several senior living facilities under receivership, including skilled nursing and assisted living facilities.
Jessica Scouten, CPA, CFE, CIRA, MAFF, serves as a managing director at Healthcare Management Partners (HMP) and heads the firm's Litigation Support and Investigations Practice. With nearly 15 years of experience in public and forensic accounting, Scouten directs HMP's team of healthcare professionals to provide law and accounting firms, healthcare providers, payers and suppliers, banks and private equity, government entities, and others with a range of litigation support and investigative services, including expert testimony.
Zachary A. Rowe, CPA, CIRA, serves as a managing director at Healthcare Management Partners (HMP) and brings more than 12 years of industry experience to his role. Rowe’s experience spans the entire healthcare spectrum and includes mergers and acquisitions, corporate infrastructure design, cash flow models, debt covenants, bankruptcy, out-of-court settlements, Section 363 sales, working with unsecured creditors' committees, and financial system integration.