Silver Partners


           
 

The Power of Partnership...

LeadingAge PA is committed to serving its members by connecting them with strategic business resources.

Our Silver Partners are key supporters of LeadingAge PA that share our vision for the field of aging services and are dedicated to working with members to develop long-term relationships and solutions to support their needs and organizational objectives.


   

Capozzi Adler, P.C.

Capozzi Adler, P.C. - serving the legal needs of healthcare and senior living providers since 1997:

  • Medicaid Reimbursement Appeals
  • Civil & Commercial Litigation
  • Collections & Medicaid Eligibility
  • Corporate Compliance
  • LTC & Assisted Living Regulations
  • Medicare Litigation
  • Government Investigations & Audits; Healthcare Fraud and Defense
        
  • Employment & Labor 
  • Sales & Acquisitions
  • Admission Agreements
  • Licensure Issues
  • CCRCs
  • Guardianships
  • Medical Marijuana Law Licensure and Compliance

   

M & T Bank

M & T Bank has served the healthcare industry for over 30 years, supported by a team of dedicated professionals in the M&T Healthcare Banking Group. M&T’s Healthcare Banking Group is dedicated to working exclusively with CCRCs, hospitals, and other healthcare providers to develop solutions tailored to their specific banking needs. M&T offers a broad array of financial solutions including tax exempt and taxable bank financing and underwriting, treasury management services, deposit services, card programs, and investment options through Wilmington Trust.


   

Murray Securus

Murray Securus is an employee-owned company founded in 1930. We are the region’s largest independent insurance broker offering solutions for risk management, insurance, health benefits, third-party administration, wealth management and human resources.

 


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Retirement Community Health Plan of PA

The Retirement Community Health Plan of PA (RCHP) The Retirement Community Health Plan of PA offers a self-funding option for LeadingAge PA members to control benefit costs, while providing flexibility, support and service to their facility and its employees. The consortium-based model allows each member facility to choose the benefit plan design and employee contribution structure that best suits its needs while paying its own rate based on the organization’s demographics and historical claims experience.