Some long-term care operators may have to reject imminently qualified applicants soon. Imagine that.
The new coronavirus family leave provisions are a hot potato for senior care providers.
Unreal days like these forge that unique substance called character.
To be sure, the human condition is being buffeted by more than a bit of darkness these days. But don’t be blind as to what else is going on with the COVID-19 pandemic at hand.
Long-term care associations are hitting it out of the park with innovations and free advice to providers during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 just hit a little closer to home for long-term care providers.
We look to be heading into even more challenging times ahead. But we must look beyond them.
Long-term care providers have a great opportunity at hand.
Everyone must remember that as bad as the coronavirus pandemic is — and it’s plenty bad — it will not last forever.
It seems like a fragile house of cards could come down at almost any unlucky location where the invisible menace decides to reveal itself.
Leave it to Robert G. Kramer to deliver potentially devastating news in a way that inspires hope.
Today’s column can be filed under the “Be careful what you ask for” category. If you have been tired of Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma playing the smiling “We’re here to help you” game while brandishing a meat fork behind her back, you are not alone. While initially expressing a promising…
If you own equities or are involved in the skilled care sector, last week provided more than its share of bad news.
Luckily, food wasn’t the main focus of a business lunch Monday. I lost much of my appetite before I stepped foot in the restaurant. The gathering took place at a respected dining establishment in a nearby mall — the old-fashioned kind with huge parking lots surrounding it and department stores as anchors. Except in this…
Now here’s a group we can all give thanks to, especially if you’re involved in or around seniors care and housing.
A lot has happened over the last three decades in long-term care. Patient acuity has risen severely, pay and regulatory systems have changed dramatically, and provider giants have risen and vanished from the scene … The list goes on. But one thing has remained constant, and you, dear reader, have been the better for it.…
Medicaid and long-term care have been in a troubled relationship from the beginning. What’s truly amazing is that the marriage has lasted this long.
Let’s celebrate students in a new way more often.
The focus with PDPM has changed from, “Gulp, how do we get up and running?” to “How do we get better at it?” We have answers.
During the 40 years McKnight’s has been around, thousands of names have appeared in our pages and digital outlets. Get ready for a trip that brings you some of the most memorable once more.