It’s not always easy for providers to continually walk in the proverbial shoes of the resident. But for Kimberly Green, losing sight of the resident is an outright impossibility.
A handful of residents at one Illinois long-term care facility have found new careers as art models.
As complex and daunting as the new Patient-Driven Payment Model seems, one change most providers have welcomed is the reduction in resident assessments for therapy.
Nursing home managers deftly deal with issues about life and death and all that comes between, but ask how data has affected them and some are likely to say “overwhelmed.”
I doubt the R in R.E.M. stands for rehab, but that rock band spoke truth with the song, “Everybody Hurts” in 1992. Experiencing physical pain is clearly disclosed in the fine print of being human,...
Therapists have been squirming plenty ever since the Patient-Driven Payment Model came out. Now comes research that adds a few more porcupine quills to the discomfort.
The billionaire investor Warren Buffet famously refused to time the stock market. His rationale: Nobody really knows what the future will bring.
It’s easy to find a quality food service company in long-term care. But that’s only a start. Experts say the key is to stretch the contracted food service dollar by paying greater attention to what...
FLORIDA — The state’s top industry group is fighting a bill that would eliminate the certificate of need requirement for healthcare facilities.
WellSky bought Health Care Software Inc. last month, reflecting the Midwestern technology company’s drive to build in the post-acute care sphere.
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