Helping residents make a personalized, tempo-based music playlist may help them better stay on track during cardiac rehabilitation, according to a study published in May’s Sports Medicine-Open.
Q: State lawmakers have enacted policies aimed at reducing falls among older adults. Where do things stand now?
The flu vaccination for the upcoming season is being tweaked for broader protection, due to last year’s inconsistent coverage of influenza strains, U.S. health officials announced in June.
Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco found at least 2.5 million more long-term care workers will be needed by 2030 to keep pace with growing care demands.
How important is it for department managers to understand financial information?
The White House Office of Management and Budget review has passed an ambitious new policy that could radically overhaul the Medicaid managed care system.
Federal regulators have upped the ante for providers taking part in an accountable care organization model, with potentially more money going into long-term care.
As Tammy Barker, RN, has climbed through the ranks in long-term care nursing, there have been literal obstacles.
We are looking to improve the safety of the residents at our facilities, with regard to falls and safety. Do you have a suggestion for any training material or programs?
Behavioral symptoms of dementia, such as agitation, or wandering, may not be helped by medical marijuana pills, research suggests.
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