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NLRB ruling may complicate bargaining talks

Healthcare workers employed by a staffing agency are technically employed by both the agency and the facility where they're working, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled. That decision could complicate collective bargaining talks between providers and their temporary workers.

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Nurse association takes 'zero tolerance' stance on workplace violence, bullying

A leading long-term care nurses group is praising a tough, new "zero tolerance" the American Nurses Association has adopted regarding violence and bullying in healthcare workplaces.

Top spots missed when healthcare workers use hand sanitizer

More than half of healthcare workers commonly miss parts of their hands when applying hand sanitizer, a new study has found.

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SNF cost-comparison report: Occupancy rates down, cash-on-hand increases

SNF cost-comparison report: Occupancy rates down, cash-on-hand increases

A decline in occupancy rates and an increase in days cash-on-hand are among the findings included in CliftonLarsonAllen's sweeping Skilled Nursing Facility Cost Comparison Report.

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It is time for all providers serving Americans with daily functional needs to break out of their individual silos and proactively connect to create an integrated platform of care.

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Guest columns Connecting the dots in healthcare

Connecting the dots in healthcare

Guest columns Regulations that misfire

Regulations that misfire

Things I Think Staffing: solved

Staffing: solved

Guest columns Curiosity never gets old

Curiosity never gets old

The Real Nurse Jackie Think before you open your mouth in court!

Think before you open your mouth in court!

Living Leadership It's hard work having this much fun

It's hard work having this much fun

The World According to Dr. El Spirituality in long-term care

Spirituality in long-term care

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Managing financial burdens in LTC

Managing financial burdens in LTC

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Stroke 2.0 - Endovascular Reperfusion Techniques—Assessing the Evidence and Applying It in Practice

Stroke 2.0 - Endovascular Reperfusion Techniques—Assessing the Evidence and Applying It in Practice

Endovascular therapy is an area of intense investigation and recent data showing the benefits of this therapy for stroke represent a paradigm shift. This educational activity will feature the results of several randomized clinical trials comparing the administration of tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) followed by device removal of a clot with IV tPA alone and how to identify which patients may benefit from endovascular therapy. Experts will also touch upon the implications of these trials on emergency medical services and how we may optimize institutional systems of care for better patient outcomes.

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