Nursing homes must PROTECT against tripledemic and viruses yet to come
Nov 29, 2022
As a provider of nursing home care and other services to more than 9,000 seniors and people with disabilities in New York City, ArchCare had to think out of the box when COVID first hit. The healthcare...
Is LTC fighting a nursing quantity problem or a quality problem?
Nov 22, 2022
Solving the nursing home sector’s ongoing staffing crisis can’t be just about filling open positions, says Sally Cantwell, the top recruiter at PACS, a management and consultant group supporting more...
Operational, fiscal and clinical alert: Time to brush up MDS procedures for big changes at hand
Nov 14, 2022
It’s time for providers to start shoring up processes to successfully implement big changes to the Minimum Data Set assessment form that will soon be in play. Failure to get ready — starting this month,...
Rethinking the frontline for recruiting success
Oct 24, 2022
In today’s labor market, it’s easy to see why skilled nursing providers are tempted to throw money at any potential employee and especially those applying for hard-to-fill positions. But when it comes...
Good Sam CEO and President Nate Schema on LTC’s changing identity
Oct 17, 2022
Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society just marked its 100th anniversary, but its leaders are looking forward to a future in long-term care that will, in many ways, look much different.
ADVION: The ‘inspired’ evolution of NASL
Oct 11, 2022
ADVION is the new name of the successful post-acute ancillary services provider group formerly named NASL. Executive Vice President Cynthia Morton explains what the name means, and how the group has evolved...
There’s a new CEO in town: Talking chief experience officers with Lutheran Senior Services
Oct 04, 2022
Lutheran Senior Services in September hired its first chief experience officer. It’s a new role for the massive Missouri provider, and one almost unheard of in long-term care. So what exactly is this...
How to fish for SNF patients upstream and prove ‘a happy employee is a good employee’
Sep 27, 2022
Thrive Personalized Medical Rehabilitation CEO Brad Haber discusses why he is championing a “more modern,” clinically complex approach to long-term care. He joins McKnight’s Executive Editor James...
In a shifting market, it’s time for providers to make deals that make sense to them
Sep 20, 2022
In this McKnight’s Newsmakers podcast, Jessica Johnson, manager of healthcare banking for BOK Financial, discusses how persistent inflation and rate increases are impacting the skilled nursing sector....
How providers can achieve control with risky value-based pay schemes, diversification
Sep 13, 2022
Fred Bentley of ATI Advisory joins McKnight’s Executive Editor James M. Berklan in a Newsmakers podcast to discuss what value-based payment options are growing in popularity, and what providers of all...