Most Recent Articles by Elizabeth Leis Newman
Long-term care nurses often feel isolated from the rest of the healthcare workforce, asking themselves, "Am I actually a nurse?"
Patients discharged to a skilled nursing facility after trauma had lower odds of mortality when the facility had fewer beds per nurse, new research shows.
Nonprofit providers could be ravaged by a Republican tax plan winding its way through Congress, industry leaders said in November.
The latest tension between employee privacy and staffing procedures is embodied in an Illinois long-term care employee suing his workplace over twice-a-day required fingerprint scans.
Whether it was reducing hospital readmissions or better tracking of incontinence, striking use of technology to improve resident care characterized the 2017 McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards winners.