Most Recent Articles by James M. Berklan
Administrators in long-term care can enjoy "their" week soon. Sunday starts a weeklong celebration honoring LTC building leaders who oversee both the delivery of care and the pursuit of a supportive work environment, while also being good stewards of the bottom line. Facilities and staffs are encouraged to hold special events and push broad recognition for administrators.
A federal appeals court has ruled that former officers and directors of a nursing home that closed after declaring bankruptcy are still liable for $2.25 million in compensatory damages.
A hospice company that hired medical directors with close ties to nursing homes to better pursue allegedly fraudulent practices has agreed to a $4 million settlement with the U.S. Justice Department.
9th annual 'virtual' tradeshow makes it easy to earn continuing education credits, learn from national experts, visit vendor booths and get up to speed on the profession's hottest topics
Long-term care leaders have mixed feelings about a first-ever federal timeline for more bundled and other alternative payments, calling it "a good thing" but also "aggressive."