Genesis Healthcare will pay $52.7 million under an agreement to settle four separate Department of Justice investigations, the nation’s largest long-term care company said.
Surveyors have begun reviewing nursing homes’ policies for addressing employee abuse of residents on social media platforms.
Napping on the job may be beneficial for nurses working night shifts, according to a new study.
Maintaining a low turnover rate among nursing staff during a time of high demand for positions may relate to autonomy of the job.
A small study of Iranian nurses examined a troubled group: Nurses who leave because of threats or poor treatment by other staff.
Recurring errors in the MDS can place bottom lines and resident care at risk. Spending time to avoid potential repercussions is worth the effort, experts say.
Providers can learn about recent classification updates and new treatment strategies for skin tears during a caregiving-focused webinar on August 19.
Stiff rules on arbitration in Kentucky are hurting the state’s nursing homes and are not in compliance with the Federal Arbitration Act, according to a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court
Over the course of my past 12 weeks as McKnight’s summer editorial intern, I’ve covered a wide variety of stories, many of which I never expected to see in long-term care.
Low-income adults in two states experienced significant improvements in care after Medicaid services were expanded as part of the Affordable Care Act, according to a recent analysis.
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