Most Recent Articles by Liza Berger
By most indications, the U.S. economy is humming along, following years of recession and recovery. That robustness has had a lopsided effect on nursing homes, leading to increased competition for certain clinical positions, such as nurses and frontline staff, and reduced competition for administrators and directors of nursing.
Often forgotten or glossed over, there is still one sure answer to questions about how to improve medication mismanagement: have better documentation
The long-term care field is showing signs of robust health. For the first time since the recession hit eight years ago, it is offering strong pay increases across the board — from certified nursing assistants up through administrators and directors of nursing.
The long-term care sector continues to show signs of steady growth, as modest rises in management salaries this year illustrate.
Not everybody can say they got their wish before they died. Jackie Edgar did.