Do you involve your pharmacist in admissions? You should
Feb 10, 2022
Having a pharmacist in admission reviews can smooth the workflow and reduce the number of medication-related problems residents experience.
Nearly half of life plan community operators to reduce SNF footprint
Jan 05, 2022
Close to 45% of life plan communities are planning to reduce or eliminate their skilled nursing units in the future, despite 75% of providers saying that having a SNF unit is very important for their organizations,...
Larry Minnix, Mary Alice Ryan among those being inducted into Continuing Care Hall of Fame
Lois A. Bowers
Sep 28, 2021
Larry Minnix, Mary Alice Ryan John Diffey and Bill Sims will be inducted into the Continuing Care Hall of Fame for 2021.
Monarch Landing opens new health center
Oct 21, 2014
Monarch Landing in Naperville, IL, opened its new health center, The Springs, in October.
Per-day rate for skilled nursing hit $280 at mid-year, report says
Oct 16, 2014
Skilled nursing operators and the senior living sector as a whole are benefiting from improving economic conditions and “healthy demand,” according to a new report from California-based commercial...
Expenditures on nursing home, CCRC care projected to rise 69% over next decade
Sep 04, 2014
Spending on nursing care and continuing care retirement communities is expected to roughly keep pace with total U.S. healthcare spending during the next decade, according to a government report released...
Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services has acquired The Sarah Moore Health Care Center Inc., a 32-bed skilled nursing facility in Delaware, OH.
It’s not too late: Tech Awards deadline extended
Jul 14, 2014
The McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards application deadline has been extended to July 30.
The clock is ticking: Last week to enter McKnight’s Tech Awards
Jul 07, 2014
Long-term care providers that have used technology to achieve eldercare excellence still have a chance to earn well-deserved recognition — but only for a few more days. The submission period for the...
Federal government notes slowdown in nursing home spending
May 06, 2014
Decreased payouts for nursing home care was one reason that healthcare spending grew more slowly for seniors than for any other age group between 2002 and 2010, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services...