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Regular chats avoid lawsuits

Regular chats avoid lawsuits

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To prevent lawsuits, long-term care leaders need to routinely communicate with difficult family members, a defense attorney told a McKnight's Fall Online Expo webcast audience last month.

Kicking and screaming: The need to document verbal disputes

Kicking and screaming: The need to document verbal disputes

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If I have a favorite quote from this year's LeadingAge Illinois conference, it's from Matthew Murer, an attorney at Polsinelli, who said it's OK for long-term care providers to turn away prospective residents who seem like a bad fit.

Recouping missed payments critical to maintaining financial stability, experts say

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Even mission-driven long-term care providers have to be more assertive in recouping late payments from residents or their families, two legal experts said Thursday.

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