By identifying the unique needs of veterans coping with life-limiting illness, caregivers and administrators can guide these men and women toward a more peaceful ending.
Everyone in the senior living industry has heard it before: Medical advancements are leading to residents living longer now than ever before.
The good news is that QAPI isn't entirely new, even though the emphasis from CMS and the surveyors is different.
Hospice care and palliative care are two beneficial options that all patients have for end-of-life care. When a patient is best suited for end-of-life care, the first step is having a conversation with the dying patient, a sensitive act that can be very difficult for the patient and their families.
Imagine that you're working full time, and in the middle of a 24-month MBA program that requires monthly out-of-state travel, your CEO challenges you to join him in becoming a certified nurse assistant as well.
Leaders have an incredible opportunity to influence and strengthen employee engagement.
Whether you're a nurse or the owner of a LTC center, you're certainly aware of the impact of prescription drugs on your clients.
- RELATED TOPICS
- Black Box Warnings
Since legionellosis is almost exclusively contracted via inhalation of the bacteria in droplets of water, fixtures that aerosolize water pose the highest risk.
A community cannot simply use a non-drug intervention and anticipate immediate results and a person-centered status.
The decision to transition a family member into long-term care is never an easy one. It should be no surprise that one of the most important considerations is whether or not the residence matches the comforts and standards of living that the loved one is accustomed to.
Anacapa Technologies, Inc. is a veteran-owned, federally certified small business based in San ...
The Shield™ Splash Guard is the most efficient and economical product available to ...
Bulk TV & Internet is the leading provider of DIRECTV television solutions designed ...