November 2007 28 11 Issue of McKnight's Long Term Care News
Private equity investors who have been hailed in long-term care circles for scooping up hundreds of facilities at high prices were ripped in a New ...
The long-term care industry has some obstacles to overcome, but the American Health Care Association is the strongest it's ever been, said Bruce Yarwood, president ...
Product innovations, combined with tried-and-true methods, are a winning formula for skin and pressure ulcer care.
New technology allows residents to roam freely but also helps to keep them safe and within proper boundaries
60 Seconds with...
Joe Lubarsky, President Eljay LLC, Study Author
Ask the care expert
I am a charge nurse at a skilled care facility and assist with the MDS. I overheard our DON talking about a "CARE tool." Can ...
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What are some guidelines we can follow for documenting incision-site care in fresh post-op residents?
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What do you see as unexpected "obstacles" that I might encounter as a new director of nursing?
Ask the payment expert
What is the value of having a daily "stand-up" meeting in our facility?
Ask the legal expert
What are the most important lessons from the trial of the Manganos, the New Orleans facility owners who didn't evacuate for Hurricane Katrina and were ...
The big picture
As bombshells go, this one is pretty bad. The New York Times recently ran a front-page story detailing the unseemly ways many private equity firms ...
I recently got more acquainted with the work you do each day. And I now have a better sense of why you can't seem to ...
Clari Gilbert, Senior VP of Operations, Beth Abraham Family of Health Services