You are unlikely to meet many people who understand this field quite like Robert G. Kramer. When he talks about what skilled care operators should be doing to get past the turbulent years to come, it's probably a good idea to listen up.
Evidence-based reasons for why some nursing homes serving Medicaid-heavy populations outperform others will soon be available.
Leaders in this field seem to have an unquenchable thirst for new insights.
Grow or die. Some may disagree to the boldness of this statement, but it is true. An organization may be a strong, solid operation, but if status quo is a comfort zone, at some point, the surrounding space will evolve beyond the ability to catch up.
Two questions give senior living leaders countless hours of lost sleep. The first seems fairly objective: What does it take to be successful in this field? The second is about as personal as it gets: Do I have what it takes?
Long-term care nurses should embrace personal connections with residents to help them relax and allow oral healthcare, a specialist said recently.
Attendees at the Hurricane Summit in Orlando this week released new criteria for the safe evacuation of nursing home residents in the event of a natural disaster.
Since the reduction of the so-called 75% Rule to 60%, SNFs have to work even harder to attract Part A therapy residents
The American Society for Healthcare Environmental Services (ASHES) and the Association for Linen Management (ALM) announced a pricing program for the benefit of members in both organizations. According to the agreement, ALM and ASHES will offer special discounted pricing levels for products and services to members of the other organization. This agreement will allow members of ALM to purchase products and services offered by ASHES at a discounted rate and vise versa.
The nation's top lawmakers are learning more about new monitoring, personal health record and brain fitness technologies for seniors during a special briefing and demonstration today.Senators from the Special Committee on Aging; the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee; and the Medical Technology Caucus are hosting the event to discuss and explore what type of support is needed to promote technological advances that can help our nation's aging population.
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