Daily Editors' Notes

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Arbitration clauses and tearing the baby in two

James M. Berklan In case you’ve been sleeping since late yesterday or doing something else like, oh, taking care of frail and elderly patients, you might have missed the big news:  The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services wants to be as well loved as journalists. It’s doing a pretty good job at it, too.…

Examining the ‘manel’ in LTC

All industries, long-term care included, love panels during conferences. The hope is for a dynamic conversation, one where no one will dominate the discussion and those in the audience will feel engaged.
James M. Berklan

It’s about time providers got more credit

James M. Berklan We hear it all the time: When it comes to technology, healthcare is way behind compared to other industries. And when you bring skilled nursing into the picture? Oh, brother, forget it. They’re the behind of the behind. I believe the labels of inadequacy are overblown, or at least framed wrong, and…
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