Providers interested in entering the 2021 McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards now have three weeks left to do so. The deadline for entries is July 24.
After her 48 years in skilled nursing administration and various C-suite positions in long-term care, it might be understandable if someone were to assume that Mary “Molly” Forrest might not necessarily be so up-to-date on the profession’s latest wrinkles.
Amid unprecedented challenges, long-term care providers have been remarkably resilient and creative. Now, it’s time to be recognized for it.
Federal regulators announced Thursday that nursing home operators must resume regular submission of staffing-level information this summer. But one industry expert warned not to overdo it.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced plans today to end the emergency waiver and resume requirements for all nursing homes to submit staffing data through the Payroll-Based Journal (PBJ) system by Aug. 14.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services excited the provider community and brought clarity to numerous aspects of restarting visits at nursing homes Wednesday.
Deep collaboration between regulators and providers is the target of at least some of the panelists for the new federal COVID-19 nursing home commission.
Top leaders in the long-term care industry lead the names announced Friday as members of the White House’s new Coronavirus Commission for Safety and Quality in Nursing Homes.