Thursday, August 16, 2018

Senator demands changes on nursing home staffing

Care Delivery Across the Continuum is Changing.

Today’s young seniors have high expectations for care. With longer lifespans and declining nursing home occupancies, this tech-savvy generation is shifting the delivery of healthcare. Learn how to adapt to the needs of this changing market. Read Article >>

Retention Battle Cry for Long Term Care

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Congressman vows to help struggling nursing homes with legislation to ease paperwork, improve reimbursement
MedEquities Realty Trust reportedly exploring sale

FREE Webinar: Using Data to Cut Costs, Be Compliant & Stay Competitive
On Aug. 15, hear how veteran LTC professionals use data to their advantage. Learn what types of data to collect, how to collect it, and what to do with the data once you’ve got it. Register now

The NIC Fall Conference is the seniors housing and care sector’s premier networking event. With senior level executives representing over 70% of attendees, the Fall Conference brings over 3,000 industry leaders together for three days of highly focused relationship building, deal-making and thought-leadership. Learn More

Can’t figure out why your CNAs don’t stick around? Straightaway Health Careers has some insight – and a solution. Click to learn more.

How to Build a Compliant CMS Emergency Preparedness Program – Part II in our series: Join us for a special webinar on Aug. 21 or 23 and learn the 9 steps to establish a CMS-compliant emergency preparedness program for long-term care. Register now

Also in the News for Thursday, Aug. 16
ManorCare acquisition causes significant credit downgrade for parent ProMedica ... Kidney dialysis patients have higher rates of dementia, new study finds ... Trial date set for woman whose son overdosed on morphine she stole from LTC facility where she worked
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