Fueling growth through local leadership approach: Providence Group’s Jason Murray
Mar 27, 2023
Using a model that invests in strong administrators and frees them to lead locally, Providence Group has edged itself into position as one the nation’s five largest nursing home operators over the last...
Long-term care administration: It’s not for the weak!
Mar 15, 2023
I am an administrator. Actually, more specifically, I am a long-term care administrator, and I’m one of thousands of men and women who choose to say that. No big deal, you say? Well, let me tell...
Nursing home administrators spent 20 percent less time on-site in recent years, group claims
Jessica R. Towhey
Mar 13, 2023
Accusations that nursing home administrators are spending 20% less time with residents and on-site miss the mark, said two people who closely observe top facility staff.
National LTC Administrators Week starts Monday
James M. Berklan
Mar 10, 2023
National Long-Term Care Administrators Week kicks off Monday and lasts through Friday, a period during which appreciation and special thanks can be given to those running the country’s nursing homes.
Ending the year with some long-term care gifts and resolutions
James M. Berklan
Dec 20, 2022
When many are exchanging gifts and making New Year’s resolutions, I’ve come up with my wish list for key long-term care players and stakeholders.
Study: Assumption endures that Black LTC residents’ proxies reluctant to engage in advance care planning
Jan 27, 2022
Investigators have found a persistent assumption among nursing home clinicians, administrators and other staff that Black residents’ families prefer more intensive end-of-life interventions.
Free LTC infection prevention tool from Yale aims to help nursing home staff save time
Nov 09, 2021
A one-stop set of infection prevention resources is meant to make work a bit easier for direct care providers, administrators, managers and support staff, say the Yale School of Nursing and the New York...
Do not forget to grieve
Mar 26, 2021
Covid vaccines have provided the light at the end of the tunnel that we have been waiting for. Everyone cannot wait to “return to normal.” Not that “normal” was a day at the beach for those of...
Why I chose to join the nursing home profession: A new administrator’s story
Christin Delahay, LNHA, CDP
Apr 30, 2018
When my grandmother died, I didn’t know anything about the medical field, nursing homes or taking care of people. What I did know, though, was that I could do better than the care she received.
Acute, post-acute partnerships reduce C. diff about 50% in Washington state
Mar 25, 2014
Hospitals and post-acute facilities in Washington state have cut their rate of Clostridium difficile infections in half since 2012 by partnering with each other in a robust infection control program, according...