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  • 2018 CMS Policy Preview: New Quality Measures, Possible Repeal of Therapy Caps & More

    2017 was a year of seismic policy and leadership changes within the Health and Human Services Department (HHS) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and 2018 is aligning to be much the same.  In just the past few months, the House Energy and Commerce Committee and Ways and Means Committee has agreed to language that will enact several changes in 2018, including repeal of the longstanding Part B Outpatient Therapy Cap in favor of a new

  • The Magic of Managing Your Long-Term Care Facility Like Disney

    What do long-term care facilities (LTC) and Walt Disney World have in common? More than you’d think! Both are open beyond typical 9-5 office hours, staff predominantly with hourly employees and succeed or fail by their ability to delight customers.

    With 62,000 employees supporting 20 million annual visitors, the “Happiest Place on Earth” is internationally known for efficiency, engagement, and customer-centricity.

  • Financing for Memory Care

    The unique needs of the modern memory care unit require a facility built and equipped to address them.  With both skilled nursing and assisted living organizations expanding memory care offerings, the marketplace has seen a dramatic risk in both new memory care builds, as well as retrofitted facilities.

  • Suppressing the Superbug: The CDC's Infection Control Best Practices for MDROs

    With instances of multi-drug resistant organisms (MDROs) increasing nationally at both skilled nursing and assisted living organizations, infection control has truly come to the forefront as a team sport.  With MDROs increasingly colonizing with other bacterial strings, organizations are seeing rising instances of untreatable urinary tract infections (UTIs), respiratory tract infections, pneumonia, and other illnesses which have impacted both five-star quality

  • Interoperability: The Journey to Integrated Whole-Person Care

    Trends in post-acute care toward value-based payments, bundled payments and other shared-risk models show no signs of slowing. To adapt to these new payment models and remain viable, post-acute providers must begin focusing on how to collaborate more closely with healthcare systems to treat, heal and move patients to the most cost-effective setting for care in a timely manner.

  • Managing Long-Term Care Facilities: A Patient-Centered Approach

    With increased competition in the marketplace for both residents and staffers, long-term care facilities are feeling the crunch. Successful managers are those who approach each aspect of facility management in terms of how it will affect their patients.

    During this webinar, Michele McFadden will discuss several functional areas and their impact, directly or indirectly, on patient care.

  • Evidence-Based Staffing Approaches for Implementing Culture Change

    Initiating culture change within a memory care neighborhood is more than just an inspired idea stemming from the team’s passion to provide person-directed care for each individual with neuro-cognitive impairments.  Implementing culture change frequently requires a complete deconstruction and overhaul of current systems and ways of thinking across each discipline.

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