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Lessons from a New Senior Care Survey About the Impacts of the Pandemic

The pandemic has not only reshaped the senior care industry; it’s also reshaped how family caregivers and older adults feel about senior care. Read More »

Reforming the Survey Process: An Interview with Alan C. Horowitz

Many within the long-term care sector feel the Medicare/Medicaid survey system is in need of reform. Read More »

Thank you for completing the COVID-19 Survey for Senior Care/LTC Facilities

Thank you for completing this survey. You will receive a complimentary copy of the survey results once they have been compiled. If you ha... Read More »

COVID-19 Survey for Senior Care/LTC Facilities

You are invited to participate in a short survey on the impact of COVID-19 on Senior Care and Long Term Care Facilities.  No on... Read More »

New COVID-19 Senior Care Survey Results Are In

Get the results of our latest insider survey on how COVID-19 is affecting the senior care industry in terms of supply and staffing challenges and more. Read More »

Thank you for requesting your free survey results download, “COVID-19 Survey for Senior Care/LTC Facilities”

You will receive an email momentarily with a link to download your copy of the results from our new survey “COVID-19 Survey for Senior Ca... Read More »

Survey: Senior Care Leaders Extremely Concerned About COVID-19 Impacts and Supplies

The Institute for the Advancement of Senior Care and its leading media brand, i Advance Senior Care, are conducting surveys to uncover COVID-19’s current impact on senior care and long-term care facilities in the United States. The results of the initial survey are now available. Read More »

Beyond Survey: Creating a Culture of Staff Competency

As nurse leaders, we often take for granted that staff have the necessary skills and knowledge to adequately and safely care for the diverse needs of all our residents, especially new admissions. Read More »

2017 RAI User’s Manual updates: The new survey era

Plenty of changes are in place to synch the MDS with new regulations starting in November—including the way urinary tract infections are defined. Read More »

The values and risks of employee satisfaction surveys

Employee satisfaction surveys can be a helpful retention tool, but they also can raise red flags with employment law attorneys. Read More »

Capital One survey: M&A, new services to drive 2017

New industry segments and acquisitions are expected to drive the primary growth this year, according to a new Capital One Healthcare survey of healthcare executives. Read More »

Survey: Assisted living improves quality of life

Although many seniors say they want to age in place, life often gets better once they move to an assisted living community. Read More »

Focused Dementia Care Surveys: What You Need to Know

CMS is moving forward with new surveyor tools for facilities that offer dementia care. does your staff know how to document for the new survey? Read More »

Person-centered care benchmarking survey under way

The LTC industry needs YOU! Be sure to contribute to this new national benchmarking survey on the current state of person-centered care delivery in long-term care. Read More »

SNFs repond to the new MDS-focused survey process

Have you experienced this new surveyor process yet? Be ready for scrutiny of your ADL services and documentation. Read More »

Congrats to our Reader Survey gift card winner

One lucky reader was chosen in our Reader Survey random drawing for a $100 gift card. Read More »

Getting Ready for the New MDS Focused Survey

In preparation for the shift to value-based reimbursement, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has indicated that the new Minimum Data Set (MDS) Focused Survey will be expanding nationwide this year in effort to incent providers to focus more on individualized care planning and person-centered care.Read on to learn what areas will be under the most scrutiny in the new survey process, what you can do to prepare, and some target areas for deficiencies.Click here to read more Read More »

Long-Term Living’s annual editorial reader survey is here

New questions, a shorter format and a prize drawing at the end—Tell our editors all about your communities in our editorial reader survey. Your responses help us understand the clinical and business factors affecting senior care today and what the next trends will be. Read More »

Report examines state survey agency performance

A new report from the Long Term Care Community Coalition compares enforcement of nursing home standards in several categories across all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Read More »

Patient engagement, care quality top the list of IT drivers: HIMSS survey

The Triple Aim initiative is also is seeing progress, say repondents in this year's HIMSS IT survey. Read More »

Informatics nurses have big impact on care quality: HIMSS survey

Nurses skilled in informatics and the clinical applications of information technology can really affect the success of the organizations they work for, says a new survey from the Health Information Management Systems Society. Read More »

CMS to expand focused dementia care surveys

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will expand its use of a targeted dementia care survey in fiscal year 2015, the agency relayed in a recent memo to state survey agency directors. Read More »

Documentation tops provider concerns in survey

Documentation was the biggest challenge facing skilled nursing centers and assisted living communities during 2014, according to those responding to a year-long survey by Harmony Healthcare International. Read More »

Survey: Seniors want to access their healthcare online

A growing number of tech-savvy seniors want to access healthcare services from home, but most of them don’t think that today’s technology is sufficient enough to do so, according to a new survey from the New York-based research firm Accenture. Read More »

Survey reveals home safety measures among seniors

A new survey reveals what safety measures are being taken—or not taken—by aging-at-home seniors. Read More »

CMS policies, new technologies will change home health: Survey

Home health will see a greater use of data-gathering technology in 2015 but also will face changing regulations, according to a new survey. Read More »

Gallup survey: Nurses outrank all professions on honesty and ethics

Who do Americans trust most? You might—or might not—be surprised by the findings of a recently released public opinion poll. Read More »

Older Americans have easy access to specialists, survey finds

A survey of older adults in 11 countries turns up interesting data on how efficiently people in industrialized nations can access and interact with their healthcare providers. Read More »

Nursing home safety measured in nationwide survey

A new survey reveals strengths and weaknesses in nursing home safety culture as well as how factors such as size, ownership and location, as well as staff position and shift, can affect perceptions of safety—and your bottom line. Read More »