Most Recent Articles by Brett Bakshis
Interoperability, data analytics and intervention models are giving providers a new way to use healthcare information technology to prevent rehospitalization
An Iowa facility removes an enormous entryway wall to create an open, inviting area where residents gather and enjoy natural light
As the Great Recession continues to reverberate, underwhelming economists and analysts with a lackluster recovery, the long-term care industry appears to have achieved a sort of tentative stability.
Outmoded methods of communication between caregivers may be responsible for significant amounts of wasted time during shifts, resulting in inefficient patient transfers and hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost revenue each year, according to a new survey.
A unique class of materials called ionic liquids could be a "magic bullet" for treating wounds such as pressure ulcers, venous leg ulcers and more, according to researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the Los Alamos National Laboratory.