Most Recent Articles by John O'Connor
When you ask people in this sector about the biggest staffing challenges ahead, responses often pour into familiar buckets.
When it comes to measuring how well a long-term care facility is doing, we all know the usual benchmarks: revenues, profits and census levels.
While medication errors are common in skilled care settings, their negative impact on residents is "surprisingly" low, a new study finds.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is pursuing better outcomes in a list of 97 reporting requirement adjustments that could help improve Medicare's quality and value-based purchasing programs.
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas granted a preliminary injunction against a pending overtime rule that would have increased overtime pay eligibility for most long-term care employees.