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Hearthstone Nursing and Rehab nabs Tech Awards Gold with smart staffing solution

Editor’s Note: The 2020 winners of the McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards are being announced daily through Oct. 6. Skilled Care track winners are being announced here by McKnight’s Long-Term Care News. Senior Living track winners are being announced on the website of sister publication McKnight’s Senior Living. After taking over a bankrupt senior care…

Also in the News for Thursday, Oct. 1

Hospital discharges to SNFs still on the decline: report … Leadership, staff empowerment the keys to staff retention at nursing homes, research shows … DC-area nursing home inspectors not required to get tested for coronavirus

ProMedica Senior Care garners Gold in Tech Awards for expanding transitional call program

Editor’s Note: The 2020 winners of the McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards are being announced daily through Oct. 6. Skilled Care track winners are being announced here by McKnight’s Long-Term Care News. Senior Living track winners are being announced on the website of sister publication McKnight’s Senior Living. ProMedica Senior Care (formerly known as HCR…

Also in the News for Wednesday, Sept. 30

Report alleges Medicaid discrimination at Massachusetts nursing homes … CMS provides guidance on emergency preparedness testing exercises … NIC, UChicago to study impact of COVID-19 pandemic on seniors in different types of housing, care facilities

Also in the News for Tuesday, Sept. 29

Massachusetts withholding nursing home COVID-19 death, case data … AHCA/NCAL issues another plea to Congress to pass another coronavirus provider relief package … CMS announces new tools for labs to streamline CLIA certification process for testing … Medicaid expansion begins this week in Nebraska

Also in the News for Monday, Sept. 28

1 in 6 nursing homes have reported staff shortages during pandemic: study … Sabra Health Care REIT evaluating ongoing concerns by Genesis, Signature … 23 New York nursing homes have been fined a total $328K for COVID-19 violations
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