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Advocating for Excellence in Senior Living

As an Argentum member, you are invited to convene with your colleagues in Washington, D.C. at the annual Public Policy Institute & Fly-In. The event allows for industry professionals to discuss issues and solutions to the most important legislative and regulatory challenges at the state and federal levels, and advocate for critical senior living issues on Capitol Hill.

 

Public Policy Institute | March 5
Top of the Hill at the Reserve Officers Association
1 Constitution Ave., NE
Washington, DC 2002

Fly-In | March 6
Capitol Hill
Washington, DC

Argentum members: Join us March 5-6, 2019 in Washington, D.C.
Agenda—Public Policy Institute | March 5, 2019
8 AM | Registration, Packet Distribution & Breakfast
9 AM | Welcoming Remarks by James Balda, President & CEO, Argentum
9:15 AM | Workforce Development: Where Policy Meets Practice
We must find and retain a qualified workforce to care for our aging population. This is an issue for our industry, but increasingly solutions also need to be on the top of the agenda for policymakers at the federal and state levels. Policies can make a significant difference, such as supporting education for high-demand careers, easing regulations on apprenticeships and other training, and providing opportunities for new Americans. Panelists will highlight innovations under our existing policies and point to areas where our voice can bring needed change. This panel will highlight existing programs we can tap into as an industry.
10:30 AM | Navigating the Retirement Security Crisis
1 in 3 Americans have less than $5,000 saved for retirement and even less have set aside any money for long term care services and supports (LTSS). Our speakers will look at past initiatives that sought to provide middle-income Americans with alternatives to help pay for LTSS, which included the CLASS Act, as well as a look ahead to proposals, including ones utilizing Medicare, Congress and the Administration may consider to address this crisis.
11:30 AM | Break
11:45 AM | Avoiding the Road To Federal Regulation
Residential senior living remains popular and earns high marks from residents and their families as a lifestyle option that provides needed care and services for over 750,000 older adults. However, as more and more operators are accepting Medicaid and potentially other forms of federal reimbursement; isolated yet highly publicized instances of senior abuse and neglect; and state statutes and regulations that have not kept pace with the market have led key constituencies including consumer groups, state and federal legislators, and others to propose federal regulations and oversight of assisted living and other residential senior living settings. Our panel will take a look at what circumstances led to the regulation of the skilled nursing industry, the negative impacts federal regulation would have on senior living as well as recommend steps the industry should consider to avoid federal regulation.
12:45 PM | Lunch
1:45 PM | It's More Than Just Attending a Hill Day: Implementing Effective Advocacy Strategies For Senior Living Professionals
New ways of effectively communicating with and advocating issues before state and federal legislators has emerged at a very rapid clip in recent years or even months. Congress and state legislatures are decidedly younger and more diverse than at any time in history which has necessitated new ways for individuals and organizations to get their respective messages and initiatives before these audiences. Our expert will look at some of the newest and most effective ways to communicate to and advocate before state and federal lawmakers that includes a continuous process of engagement with elected officials on a year-round basis.
3 PM | Pie and Lattes Happy Hour
Agenda—Fly-In | March 6, 2019
8-11 AM | Full Breakfast at the U.S. Capitol
9 AM-5 PM | Capitol Hill Meetings
Argentum members: Join us March 5-6, 2019 in Washington, D.C.

Who Should Attend?

Argentum Owner/Operator Members: Executive Directors, and Regional and Divisional Executives

Argentum State Partners

Argentum Industry Partner Members

Suggested Accommodations

We’ve shared below a list of nearby hotels you may wish to consider when staying in Washington for the event.

Liaison Capitol Hill
415 New Jersey Ave, NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
202.638.1616 | dcreservations@jdvhotels.com
Metro Stop: Union Station
Distance from Top of the Hill: .5 Miles – 9 Minute Walk – 5 Minute Drive

KIMPTON The George
15 E Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
202.347.4200
Metro Stop: Union Station
Distance from Top of the Hill: .5 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 5 Minute Drive

Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
202.737.1234 | Qualitywasrw@hyatt.com
Metro Stop: Union Station
Distance from Top of the Hill: .6 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 5 Minute Drive

Phoenix Park Hotel
520 N. Capitol St., NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
202.638.6900
Metro Stop: Union Station
Distance from Top of the Hill: .8 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 5 Minute Drive

Capitol Hill Hotel
200 C Street, SE
Washington D.C. 20003
202.543.6000 | Info@capitolhillhotel-dc.com
Metro Stop: Capitol South
Distance from Top of the Hill: .5 Miles – 11 Minute Walk – 5 Minute Drive

Washington Court Hotel – District of Columbia
525 New Jersey Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
202.628.2100
Metro Stop: Union Station
Distance from Stop of the Hill: .7 Miles – 13 Minute Walk – 5 Minute Drive

Holiday Inn Capitol
550 C Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20024
202.479.4000
Metro Stop: Federal Center
Distance from Top of the Hill: 1.1 Miles – 21 Minute Walk – 6 Minute Drive

Residence Inn Washington (by Marriott)
333 E St., SW
Washington, D.C. 20024
202.484.8280
Metro Stop: Federal Center
Distance from Top of the Hill: 1.5 Miles – 24 Minute Walk – 10 Minute Drive

Argentum members: Join us March 5-6, 2019 in Washington, D.C.

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