Antipsychotics use falls when LTC nurse staffing hours rise: study
Alicia Lasek (f3)
Aug 05, 2022
Higher staffing levels in long-term care facilities are linked with lower rates of antipsychotic prescribing, a new study representing most U.S. nursing homes has found.
These people are robbing nursing homes
Feb 06, 2022
Running a nursing home is tough enough without being ripped off. Yet that is exactly what is happening to many operators. In broad daylight.
Staffing proposals in Build Back Better Act would cost providers $12 billion
Nov 18, 2021
Skilled nursing facilities would have to shell out $12 billion in order to comply with two staffing proposals in President Joe Biden’s social spending plan, according to the American Health Care Association.
Nurse hiring practices must evolve as resident profile changes, expert says
Oct 11, 2013
Hiring nurses with the right skill sets and maintaining proper staffing levels will be increasingly important from both quality of care and business standpoints, according to the leader of a prominent...