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Commonly overlooked clinical indicators can lead to a nursing home resident being transferred, an expert advised Monday.
LeadingAge gave the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services a long list of concerns with recently proposed regulator's reforms, a lead lobbyist said in an August letter.
More than 30% of those over age 70 have memory problems, and a panel of aging experts said this population should have memory and reasoning ability evaluated annually by a healthcare provider.
Healthcare workers applying hand sanitizer miss their thumbs 37% of the time, according to new research.
While many administrators enter long-term care because of a personal experience, American College of Health Care Administrators interim CEO Sharon Colling's connection is different than most.