CPRR: A new model for change out of all that alphabet soup
Feb 09, 2024
My parents were married for over 70 (seventy!) years. They were a force as a couple. When they would get their minds set, there was nothing I could do to change the course of their actions. My father...
Creating unity for positive change in nursing homes
Nov 13, 2023
Federal regulators’ recently proposed rule on nursing home minimum staffing standards seems to have exacerbated the divisiveness among the various stakeholders in the aging services field. In an...
Apr 18, 2013
Manual processes for crushing pills is no longer working, but changes in technology provide solutions for providers.
Make a Difference!
Allen F. Yearick, MHA, NHA
Apr 24, 2012
How many times have we heard the expression “Please don’t put me in that God-forsaken place to die” and then discount the reality of its meaning as something from our industry’s...
To get it right, providers need to get off track
James M. Berklan
Mar 28, 2012
It’s interesting how some of the best old sayings come back in modern forms time and time again. That’s what struck me after reading a news item we posted at mcknights.com Monday: “Established...
What’s in a name? We’re about to find out—maybe
Jan 21, 2011
Hope you have a pencil handy with your scorecard at home. One with a good eraser.