Providers are establishing therapy rooted in person-centered care, including activities that help cognitive functioning, balance, memory and awareness
Clinical conditions and needs play a big role in furnishing choices for long-term care communities; what you choose influences who you serve — and vice versa
The proliferation of wireless devices and seemingly limitless supply of apps have advanced communications capabilities to wondrous new heights. But there is a dark side as well, typified by the vulnerabilities to cyber-attack and having vital information stolen by hackers that a research team at Syracuse University has found.
Bathing can cause serious injuries to residents and staff; using ergonomically correct techniques and sound transfer procedures promotes safe experiences
The HHS Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and Office for Civil Rights are making a new security risk assessment tool available to help small- to mid-sized providers conduct their own risk assessments.