Cantex’s Peter Longo: Building a gateway to the future through ancillary services
May 23, 2022
The ability to care for patients more seamlessly through ancillary services excites referral partners. So do better outcomes facilitated across the continuum and during transitions of care. But it takes...
iCare’s Chris Wright: Seizing on skilled nursing’s behavioral health opportunities
Apr 25, 2022
For more than 20 years, Chris Wright has been doing what many other nursing home operators either can’t or won’t: taking patients with behavioral health diagnoses, treating them with embedded,...
The McGuire Group’s Susan Grigg: Opening doors for employees and patients
Mar 28, 2022
For years, skilled nursing providers have pointed to career ladders as an important tool for retaining employees. But too often, moving up takes time, training or tuition money that entry-level frontline...
Kendal Corp’s Sean Kelly: Nursing home reform requires real change
Mar 14, 2022
The long-term care reform that President Joe Biden is seeking will require a commitment toward real change of the healthcare system and how care is delivered for residents, according to Sean Kelly, president...
Marquis-Consonus’ Steve Fogg: ‘Creative’ funding, education will pave route to success
James M. Berklan
Feb 07, 2022
Even some of the most progressive long-term care executives have had to put deep, strategic initiatives aside while coping with historically challenging pandemic conditions.
Good Samaritan’s Nate Schema: Integration creates deep ‘bench’
Jan 24, 2022
Vertical integration will provide needed advantages as nursing homes face mounting clinical and operational challenges, predicts Nate Schema, president and CEO of the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan...
American Senior Communities’ Donna Kelsey: Recruiting partners and investing in the future
Jan 10, 2022
Investments in innovation and a willingness to forge new partnerships will help lift skilled nursing providers out of the COVID-era, predicts veteran nursing homes leader Donna Kelsey.