A Day in the Life: Quilts honor SNF veterans
When facing a shortage of licensed nurses, certified nurse aides trained as medication assistants can serve as a viable alternative, according to a pilot detailed in the Annals of Long Term Care.
Medicare will support the simultaneous use of smartphone applications with continuous glucose monitors, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced this summer.
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Staffing is inadequate and erratic at many of the nation’s nursing homes?
The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society and Sanford, a healthcare system with 44 hospitals and nearly 300 clinics, plan to merge by Jan. 1, leaders of each have announced.
Three skilled nursing facilities with a total of 512 beds will receive $47.2 million in refinancing through HUD 232/223(f) loans, Capital One announced in July.
Relias Learning’s “A Day in the Life of Henry: A Dementia Experience” was, like most of the healthcare education company’s products, created for professional caregivers.
Medline has purchased Canadian-based rehabilitation equipment maker NeuroGym Technologies, the company announced in July.
A new study points out that decreasing lengths of stay (LOS), which are compelled largely by managed care and other group entities, are playing havoc with traditional long-term care operations.
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