Transparency and accountability to take center stage in CMS nursing home reform, leader says
Apr 21, 2022
CHICAGO — More transparency and accountability of nursing homes owners will remain a top focus for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services as it implements reforms in the coming year, according...
AMDA calls for public list of industry’s ‘underutilized’ and ‘invisible’ medical directors
Mar 07, 2022
President Biden’s call for nursing home reform must extend to the industry’s clinical leadership as well, a top clinician advocate contends. A public directory would be a step toward transparency...
Florida legislators want a closer look at nursing homes’ financials
Jan 13, 2022
Florida nursing homes may soon be required to submit audited financial data to state healthcare regulators.
NY nursing home owners may soon have to publicly disclose business partners
Jan 12, 2022
For-profit nursing home owners in New York may soon be required to publicly disclose when they hire certain companies to perform services at their facilities.
Experts suggest these 4 things will lead to long-term care success in next 3 years
Oct 05, 2021
With so much focus, for so long on surviving COVID’s clinical and financial ravages, many long-term care operators have shifted to looking for strategies to help them thrive as the pandemic drags on...
Your workers are leaving. Here’s why.
Jun 26, 2014
As a manager, have you ever had that haunting feeling when an employee gives you their two-week notice out of the blue? You were probably shocked and left wondering, “What went wrong? Is it something...
Some nursing home operators may soon discover it’s not so easy to hide
Apr 25, 2014
For years, some nursing home operators have relied on an unusual tactic for avoiding lawsuits and other trouble: a catch-me-if-you-can corporate structure. But the future is looking less bright for this...
Irene’s nursing home evacuations leave paperwork headaches behind
Aug 31, 2011
Hurricane Irene evacuations have some East Coast nursing home operators nervous that reimbursement payments will be late or inadequate.
Provider group supports review of nursing home survey system
Jun 03, 2010
The American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging has endorsed a new bill that would reevaluate the current state of nursing home oversight.
How the new healthcare law affects you
Mar 25, 2010
OK, so I promised I’d tell you more about what is in the healthcare reform law that affects you, long-term care providers. So here goes …