Let’s all remember that we all need to feel a part of something bigger than ourselves. Senior care residents are no exception.
Maybe getting our knuckles a bit bloody is part of the price we pay for all wonderful new tech breakthroughs.
Don’t ever say politics doesn’t belong in stories that pertain to your job or business. To not consider their impact would be derelict.
There is a lot to argue about how President Trump has led and handled the pandemic. But there is one thing on which we can all agree.
Experts seem to agree: Long-term care leadership is one thing that’s not suffering during this pandemic. On the contrary.
If a test is inaccurate, is it still worth using?
When it comes to labor unions, life has afforded me a somewhat unique perspective.
it’s time for long-term care operators to start caring more closely about another vulnerable population.
Science has been winning a lot of arguments lately. ake our president’s recent contraction of the coronavirus.
If you are an administrator who is about to take a job, you do have some leverage. And you might want to do what a certain incredibly successful football coach did.
In this pandemic year of profound challenges, we discovered innovation and creativity like no other.
Ultimately, historians may talk about this period as a test of how Great the rest of us are in trying to protect the Greatest Generation.
When we don’t like what we see or hear, most of us can turn on the raging cave man/cave woman switch awfully fast.
One of the top long-term care funding and operational minds is finding various glimpses of sunshine during historical tough times due to COVID19.
Many milestones come and go — a birthday perhaps, the start of the new year, even. Then there are some that seem to be meaningful. Today, the first day of autumn, seems to fall into that category. We have been hearing for several weeks now how this fall, when flu season makes its annual comeback,…
Among other things, COVID-19 has helped confirm what we know about long-term care and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The pandemic has also revealed a few new things about both. Let’s address skilled care first. The past half year has made it obvious that this is a field full of heroes, especially on…
Anybody who has ever said nursing homes don’t get much attention can dial back that rhetoric after the last couple of days.
We all know that human contact is important. But when you are talking about vulnerable people who rely on human interaction to maintain their quality of life, interacting with loved ones is not a benefit, it is an imperative.
I have a suggestion for skilled care operators who aren’t losing enough sleep due to COVID-19. Consider home care. As in, consider home care as your next big competitor.
With the coronavirus wreaking havoc on the public in general, and nursing homes in particular, provider critics are coming out of the woodwork. Often with Ph.D. in hand.