The Five-Star Quality Rating System is a good idea—in theory. In practice, it has fallen short of acceptable standards.
These have been trying times for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV).
It's hard for members of the long-term care community to pinpoint anything positive about the Five-Star Quality Rating System.
Gov. Mark Parkinson (D) sliced $259 million more from the state budget in late November. Medicaid reimbursements were cut by 10%.
It's important to choose the right path when implementing electronic medical records. Starting small and identifying a strategy are good places to begin
Luxury has become a defining characteristic of short-term stay units. Patients are looking for everything from flat screen TVs to recliners and sleepers
Mary Naylor, Chairwoman, Long-Term Quality Alliance
Sherrie Dornberger, RNC, CDONA, FACDONA, President, NADONA
Donna Sardina, RN, MHA, WCC, President, Wound Care Education Institute
Anne Marie Barnett, RN Former President, Maryland NADONA/LTC
Patricia Boyer, MSM, NHA, RN, President, Boyer & Associates, LLC
John Durso, Esq., Ungaretti & Harris LLP
Senior living CFOs understand that the "investing as usual" mentality simply is not acceptable to boards and CEOs, and is giving way to the "new ...
The current healthcare reform debate has largely ignored nursing home care. This is due, in part, to a lack of data about how and why ...
When it comes to monitoring residents and enabling calls for assistance, wireless systems have taken hold in the market.
As 2010 dawns, many providers and publishers find themselves limping along. Both have just endured one of the more challenging years on record.
McKnight's fourth annual Online Expo is an offer you can't refuse.
Kathy Greenlee, Assistant Secretary for Aging, HHS