McKnight’s Fall Online Expo offers operational and compliance gold on Sept. 30
Aug 24, 2021
Looking for an advantage when it comes to data analytics, compliance or infection control? Then you won’t want to miss the McKnight’s Long-Term Care News Fall Online Expo on Sept. 30.
Potential False Claims Act liability for nursing homes
Jul 07, 2021
The FCA is the Department of Justice’s key tool in combating healthcare fraud and abuse The False Claims Act (FCA) provides a remedy of civil damages when a party 1) makes a false statement or engages...
Good things come in threes
May 28, 2021
When you get three outstanding long-term care influencers on the same webinar panel and they’re talking the key issues of the day it pays to listen.
May 12 McKnight’s Online Forum offers COVID testing, infection control strategies
May 05, 2021
Earn up to three, free continuing education credits while learning about the latest COVID-19 infection control and testing strategies.
Manufacturing solutions to skilled nursing’s pandemic problems
Mar 24, 2021
I have been in the workplace a long time. To quote Steve Martin, “If I had saved better, I would not be here.” Over the past year, the long-term care industry has faced monumental challenges related...
What 2021 has in store on the legal front
Neville M. Bilimoria
Jan 20, 2021
Everyone has been celebrating that 2020 is over, and who can blame them? Yet, I can’t help think the legal issues facing long term care in 2020 won’t necessarily go away in 2021. Some of the lingering...
NASL — the little engine that does
James M. Berklan
Oct 03, 2018
The National Association for the Support of Long-Term Care is currently enjoying its moment in the sun, in more ways than one.
Post-acute providers putting billions into regulatory compliance, report finds
Oct 27, 2017
The healthcare industry spends roughly $39 billion annually on regulatory compliance efforts, with post-acute care providers bearing the brunt, a new report shows.
New company launched around CMS requirements
Aug 22, 2017
RoP Learning launched last week as a company geared to help post-acute care providers meet new federal standards.
Why nursing homes can exhale — but not get complacent
James M. Berklan
Jul 07, 2017
The announced delay of full enforcement of new survey requirements is indeed good news for nursing home operators and all of their compliance officers. Their blood pressure should now lower a few millimeters....