Most Recent Articles by John Hall
"The more the merrier" might be apropos for many situations, but a senior's medication regime is not necessarily one of them. On this page, we present experts' advice on strategies how to safely lessen the number of medications a person takes, thereby reducing the odds of adverse or unintended drug events.
Nurses and doctors may be the healthiest workers in the U.S. labor force. But no field other than firefighters and law enforcement has worse health and eating habits than healthcare aides, 40% of whom are nursing home caregivers.
Examining the rising role of how spaces are designed and illuminated
The new administration has promised to relax restrictive regulations and provide a host of economic incentives to expand and improve. But providers should beware of the double-edged sword of uncertainty. On this page we've gathered assessments and advice from top financial experts on how to survive, and thrive, in the coming years.
One year into the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement bundled pay program results are mixed, creating heightened anxiety about possible expansion