Marianna Grachek

A need to build up long-term care mentoring

A need to build up long-term care mentoring

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Of the many statements that stuck with me from covering the long-term care profession in 2012, one that resonated was almost a throwaway line: "We do tend to eat our own."

Take advantage of the changing long-term care marketplace, top execs urge

Take advantage of the changing long-term care marketplace, top execs urge

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Long-term care providers should hone in on the changing needs of their market by embracing what customers want and will pay for, and by working to change the profession's image problem, LTC executives said Monday.

College days: 50 years is a long time

College days: 50 years is a long time

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A lot of things were different in long-term care back in 1962. Never mind the stiff uniforms, spartan buildings and low technology. Medicare and Medicaid were still a few years from being born by President Lyndon B. Johnson's executive pen. But there's been at least one constant since then.

McKnight's Newsmaker Video: Challenging times for long-term care administrators

Long-term care administrators feel pressure from competing quality initiatives, says Marianna Grachek, president and CEO of the American College of Health Care Administrators.

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