On May 13, McGuireWoods LLP, Marsh, and Lancaster Pollard hosted a
complimentary one-hour webinar discussing alternative risk financing for
long-term care and senior living providers. Alternative risk financing
considers options available to providers beyond traditional risk transfer. These
alternative mechanisms can include captives, risk retention groups, risk
purchasing groups, self-insured retentions, and fronting programs, for example.
- Forms of alternative financing structures
- Case studies of successful alternative structures for long-term care and
senior living providers
- Effects of alternative structures on HUD financing/re-financing
William M. Boone, Senior Vice President
Dan Biron, Senior Vice President - Director of Health Care Programs
Lancaster Pollard & Co.
J. Brian Jackson, Partner
Joseph P. McMenamin, M.D., Partner
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