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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
Navigating hospital discharges and post-acute care in the tech-focused era is about more than Meaningful Use compliance.
By following the practical approaches to rounding described in this article, you can maximize what you learn about care delivery and achieve the greatest results.
Following several extensions and lapsed deadlines, 12 nursing homes are still not in compliance with state regulations, according to the report from the state’s Executive Office of Health and Human Services.
A trial found that gym exercise did nothing to slow down the progress of the disease.
“The industry is doing an exceptional job providing quality care and service and Argentum is here to provide additional support,” James Balda, Argentum president and CEO, said in a press release.
Developer and property operator Brightview Senior Living plans to build 154 units of senior and assisted living housing in Sayville on the corner of Broadway and Route 27.
The show’s plot follows a retired music industry executive trying to stay positive in his twilight years.
A new article shows that the inheritance of small changes in DNA alters the expression of the PM20D1 gene and is associated with an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
Legislators were focused on improving oversight and care in nursing homes and of dementia and Alzheimer’s patients Thursday as a string of health care bills got approval in committees this past week.
Researchers will recruit 1,534 participants with dementia at four U.S. sites who will receive 18 months of care in either a health system-based or community-based dementia care system.
Care facilities for the elderly, staffed with skilled medical technicians and trained nurses, will be in increasing demand in Montana as more and more Baby Boomers enter their golden years.
With the sale of Earle Brown Terrace — a senior living facility — residents were notified May 1 that they had to be out by June 15.