State News for September 2018
Is it smart to apologize to a resident or the resident’s family, or will the apology increase the chances for a lawsuit against the organization?
The long-term care profession’s latest ‘Big Data’ initiative is making a noticeable splash in the early going, but wary stakeholders wonder: Will it be sustainable?
North Dakota is looking at a possible change to a state law that allows nursing homes to obtain unpaid debts from residents’ adult children.
Providers respond to federal guidelines and share strategic thoughts on how long-term and post-acute care operators can rise and thrive in the digital world
The National Labor Relations Board is hitting a nursing home operator for “unlawfully” suspending a merit-based raise program.
60 Seconds with … Kathleen T. Unroe, M.D.
Allendale Nursing and Rehabilitation Community’s new model is designed to give staff more one-on-one time with residents
We are updating our beds and are possibly adding an assessment to be sure our residents are not at risk for entrapment. Do you have any guidelines for bed recommendations?
Although it technically is considered custodial care and not directly paid by Medicare, bathing is a critical part of the overall care long-term care residents receive and expect.
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