Moving beyond the development of medical products for seniors, Aging2.0 seeks to facilitate collaborations between senior care providers and entrepreneurs to create products and services that can be integrated into their businesses.
Long-term care was never planned. It was never even consistently defined. A generally useful definition is that it is a set of services to assist persons who have lost, or never acquired, basic capabilities for self-care and management.
Yes, this was my first time. I was nervous and did not know what to expect. Let me start with a confession: Five years ago, I didn't even know what HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) was.
A recent decision from the Supreme Court of Georgia makes clear that a plaintiff who brings a wrongful death claim against a decedent's nursing home is bound by the arbitration agreement entered into by the decedent and/or her power of attorney.
CMS' views about the unfamiliarity of existing and proposed requirements by hard working professionals and family caregivers, and the fact that they are troubled by it, is a point well taken
The Government Accountability Office has released its 2017 "High Risk List," which identifies federal agencies and programs vulnerable to fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement.
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It's possible to create your work dream team instead of settling for a drama team. Here are four quick mindsets you can incorporate today to get the drama out of your team and help them take a new level of ownership.
It was an eventful year in 2016, especially for the seniors housing and care sector. Aging baby boomers, diminished finances and divestiture of skilled nursing facilities were topics on the mind on many providers in the past 12 months.
I left long-term care in 2016. One day, I sat across a long conference room table and was awestruck by the decimation I observed before me.
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As a nursing leader, I rarely gave credence to branding and the value of a name, until I was sitting in a local coffee shop. I was interviewing for a new position at a nearby hospital in town when I observed an interesting group wearing branded clothing. Person after person saw the brand and came over to the group to mention how much their hospital meant to them.
Guest columns are written by long-term care industry experts, ranging from academics and thought leaders to administrators and CEOs.