Print Issue: October 2018
Like anything, the wave of innovation sweeping resident security could leave some staff feeling overwhelmed. Still, tech adoption in this space is a fait accompli.
Boosting resident vaccination success — for all kinds of protection, not just from flu — is in everyone’s best interest. Experts explain what you might not know.
Overseas talent may be key to filling nursing home hiring gaps, according to a research series published by The LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston.
A U.S. agency tasked with studying carcinogens says working at night — specifically, exposure to light during routine night-time shifts — is linked to increased cancer risk.
How can I help staff understand the importance of a sound discharge process that lowers readmissions?
With college football season clearly on the horizon, there I was, wanting to play retired sportscaster Keith Jackson and yell, “Whoa, Nellie!”
This is not about an average trip to Disney World. It’s going to require 36 staffers, including two physicians and an FBI agent, and will cost about $170,000.
The leaders of the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society and Sanford Health are planning to combine their organizations on Nov. 1 now that the affiliation has cleared regulatory hurdles without objection.
Tech tools are helping operators improve care.
What are the new AMDA flu guidelines?
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