Jarred by the rapid spread of COVID-19 among fragile nursing home residents, the Trump administration on Thursday issued a new set of “critical recommendations” to operators and their governing entities.
McKnight’s Long-Term Care News asked nursing home leaders what they were doing to “help keep spirits up” during the coronavirus pandemic and, boy, did they tell us.
The new coronavirus family leave provisions are a hot potato for senior care providers.
An “unprecedented” collection of regulatory waivers and new rules announced by federal health officials Monday will pave the way for more COVID testing of nursing home residents.
The nation’s nursing homes are heading into the toughest days of the COVID-19 outbreak both underequipped and understaffed, according to results of a McKnight’s Long-Term Care News flash survey.
A special McKnight’s webinar will focus on interoperability issues at 1 p.m. ET April 1.
The American Association of Post-Acute Care Nursing has announced it is making its national conference an online event June 3-5.
Providers are calling a decision that allows some patients to appeal their observation stay designations “an important win and positive step” forward for long-term care residents.
Long-term care associations are hitting it out of the park with innovations and free advice to providers during the novel coronavirus pandemic.