Most Recent Articles by Kimberly Marselas
Many smaller operators now find themselves at an uncomfortable juncture; but deciding how to make that next move can be a simple matter
Federal researchers are so convinced that lower blood pressure goals could save lives, they've ended a landmark study more than a year early.
Skilled nursing facilities need more help from experts and their own staffs to become better stewards of antibiotic use, according to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention resource guide.
Sex, consent and nursing home liability in the age of Alzheimer's can put providers in unfamiliar, uncomfortable and untenable situations — if they aren't prepared
Several antipsychotics used to control symptoms of dementia increase the risk of patient death more than previously estimated, according to findings published in JAMA Psychiatry.