Most Recent Articles by John O'Connor
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.
The CommonWell Health Alliance recently announced that members soon will be giving patients instant access to virtually all their health data.