As a manager, have you ever had that haunting feeling when an employee gives you their two-week notice out of the blue? You were probably shocked and left wondering, "What went wrong? Is it something I did? Is it something I didn't do?"
For years, some nursing home operators have relied on an unusual tactic for avoiding lawsuits and other trouble: a catch-me-if-you-can corporate structure. But the future is looking less bright for this dubious if effective business model.
Hurricane Irene evacuations have some East Coast nursing home operators nervous that reimbursement payments will be late or inadequate.
The American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging has endorsed a new bill that would reevaluate the current state of nursing home oversight.
OK, so I promised I'd tell you more about what is in the healthcare reform law that affects you, long-term care providers. So here goes ...
The release of President Obama's healthcare reform proposal couldn't have come at a better time. The American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging is holding its advocacy conference in the capital this week.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) signed into law a bill that increases transparency requirements for nursing homes in California.