Aasve, Joan.Take a New Look at Resident and Family Councils, 62 (Nov)

Amo, Michael.See, Rowe, Niki L.


Baer, John E.The Cost of Inadequate Leadership, 60 (Sep)

Bagwell, Ed.Managing Aging Fire-Alarm Systems, 56 (Mar)

Bannan, Philip E.Why Building Systems Engineers Are Crucial to the Design Team, 22 (May)

Beam, Leta.Hiring and Keeping the Best People, 42 (Jan)

Beatty, Lois.Empowering the CNA, 32 (Feb)

Becht, Rob J.See, Bleier, Robin A.

Bersani, Maribeth(Assisted Living Review). Assisted Living Legislative and Regulatory Trends, 73 (Jun)

  • Assisted Living Is Affordable, 86 (Oct)

Bleier, Robin A., Becht, Rob J. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men, 54 (Sep)

Blumenstock, Claudia.Baby Boomers are Reinventing Long-Term Care, 22 (Nov)

  • Baby Boomers, Here We Come, 22 (Dec)

Bolton, Zoe M.IT as the Key to Survival, 24 (Jan)

Bosell, Eric(Not-For-Profit Report). The Voices of Experience, 85 (Sep)

Bott, Marjorie J.See, Taunton, Roma Lee.

Bouley, Phyllis.Weighing In on Weight Loss, 70 (Oct)

Braun, Julie A.;Kessler, Larry; Bruley, Mark E. FDA Bed Safety Guidance: Mitigating Risk, 36 (May)

  • Take a Look Before You Hook, 69 (Jun)

Braun, Julie A.; Bruley, Mark E. Bed Safety: Preventing Fires Caused by Hospital Beds, 50 (Aug)

Brown, Steve.See, Rosenthal, Dan.

Brownlee, Maurice.A Guide to Managing the “Second-Tier” Nursing Home, 72 (Apr)

Bruley, Mark(interview). See, Braun, Julie

Brunger, Muriel;Levinson, Monte. Presbyterian Homes: Story of a Wellness Center, 52 (Mar)


Cahill, Daniel.The Advantages of Leasing, 8 (Jul)

California Health Care Foundation.What to Do About Medicare Part D, 26 (Feb)

Carle, Andrew.University-Based Retirement Communities: Criteria for Success, 48 (Sep)

Cateau, Deke.Skilled Nursing Facilities and Hospice Providers: Bridging the Gap, 60 (Nov)

Church, Katherine.What Assisted Living Can Learn From Long-Term Care, 58 (Nov)

Coffland, Valorie.See, Taunton, Roma Lee.

Comeaux, Lisa(Assisted Living Review). Rising Above Katrina’s Floods, 52 (Jan)

Cona, Jennifer B.Beware of the Deficit Reduction Act, 46 (Oct)

Cornish, Kevin; Mastro, Tracy. Is Your Staff Geared Up for the DRA?, 32 (Nov)

Costello, Danielle;Vercler, Laura. Are Your Recruitment Strategies Up to Date?, 28 (Jun)

Cowley, Paul J.No Snakes Need Apply, 26 (Jul)

Christiansen, Robert W.;Soreff, Stephen M. ELDERtech: Promoting intergenerational Understanding, 46 (Dec)


Davis, Janet Stoia.The Case for Hiring a Wound Care Professional, 80 (Jun)

DeAgostino, Patricia(Not-For-Profit Report). Meeting the Community’s Needs, 83 (Sep)

DiCarlo, Tom.Forming a Falls Prevention Team, 64 (Sep)

Dougherty, Michelle(interview). Moving to the Next Generation of IT, 18 (Jan)

Duda-Gardiner, Susan.See, Kavanaugh, Kevin M.


Eckert, Bruce.Protect Computerized Data With Off-Site Backups, 42 (May)


Farley, Daniel W.(Guest Editorial). Dates We Remember, 8 (Mar)

Field, Cheryl;Kazmer, Jim. Be a Winner in Medicare RUG-53, 58 (Jun)

Follett, Michael(interview). Creating the Nursing Home of the Future, 24 (Mar)


Gaines, Robin.Food Safety in Assisted Living: New Skills Needed, 44 (Aug)

  • (Not-For-Profit Report) Serving Up Fresh, Local Food, 57 (Aug)

Garavaglia, Brian.Keeping an Ethical Perspective on End-of-Life Issues, 62 (Oct)

Garrett, Lisa L.See, Lyncheski, John E.

Geller, Joseph T.Nursing Homes: Now Healing From the Outside In, 32 (Oct)

Gerber, Barbara.Add a Little “Mystery” to the Interview Process, 78 (Oct)

Goethe, Katherine E.See, Leatherman, Martha E.

Gosselin, Jamison.Staying Alive: Three Takes on Today’s Senior Living, 14 (Aug)

Grachek, Marianna Kern.Community-Wide Emergency Planning Involving Long-Term Care, 54 (May)

  • (interview) “It’s All About Leadership,” 26 (Dec)

Gross, Judy.Cleanliness Is Next to Deficiency-Free, 28 (Jan)


Hagland, Mark.A Journey to RHIO, 56 (Nov)

Hardy, Gene.Checking Up on Medicare Part B, 14 (Jul)

Hoban, Sandra.Creating a New Culture of Safety, 51 (Feb)

  • CNAs Are Speaking—But Are You Listening?, 38 (Mar)
  • Facility Buses: Look for Changes Ahead, 33 (May)
  • During a Disaster, Residents With Dementia Still Need Consistent Care, 72 (Nov)

Hoban, Sandra(Design Center). The Perfect Blend (Sunrise of Connecticut Avenue), 41 (Oct)

  • A City Sanctuary (Highland Gardens), 37 (Nov)
  • Living the Good Life (The Heritage Campus), 29 (Dec)

Hodge, Jim.Lowering Healthcare Premiums by Increasing Staff Wellness, 66 (Nov)

Howe, Lynn(Voices From the Field). Activities Bring Residents to Life, 68 (Aug)

Howell, Robert T.(Not-For-Profit Report). For Residents With Dementia, a Place of Their Own, 42 (Nov)


Israel, Lisa(Not-For-Profit Report). Policy Governance is Critical to Success, 63 (Apr)


Jarchin, Sharon.Finding Your Post-Acute Care Niche, 32 (Mar)

Jhaveri, Taizoon S. “Monty”.Enhancing the Dining Experience in Senior Living, 56 (Oct)

Jolliff, Joe(interview). The Miracle of Lifting Technology, 86 (Sep)


Kappas-Larson, Patricia A.How Nurse Practitioners Enhance Family Communications, 82 (Oct)

Katz, Judith.Tracking Employee Time: A Long-Term Problem, 50 (Dec)

Kavanaugh, Kevin M., Duda-Gardiner, Susan. Preparing for a Flu Panemic, 46 (Sep)

Kazmer, Jim.See, Field, Cheryl

Kessler, Larry(interview). FDA Bed Safety Guidance: Mitigating Risk, 36 (May)

King, Halsey(interview). Is There a New Bus (or Van) in Your Facility’s Future?, 94 (Oct)

Kreil, Valdeko I.(Guest Editorial). Adding More to the Staffing Equation, 8 (Feb)

Kuehn, Kurt.Tracking Your “Inbound”, 74 (Oct)


Leatherman, Martha E.;Goethe, Katherine E. How to Get Sued in Five Easy Steps, 64 (May)

Lee, S. Kwon.The Role of Nutrition in Treating and Healing Wounds, 26 (Nov)

Leib, Roger(interview). Needed: Seating That Supports the Aging Process, 72 (Aug)

Levin-Epstein, Michael.Placement of Mentally Ill Individuals in Nursing Homes: Today’s Legal Warfare, 52 (Nov)

Levinson, Monte.See, Brunger, Muriel.

Levy, Jerome T.Plans and Considerations for Closing a Nursing Home, 68 (Apr)

Lewis, Stephen.Rethinking Clean: Carpet Maintenance Achieves More Than Aesthetic Benefits, 36 (Aug)

Lieberman, Geoff;Rudder, Cynthia. Encouraging Independence in Assisted Living, 28 (Apr)

Lomastro, James A.The White House Conference on Aging: A Positive View, 14 (Oct)

Lyncheski, John E.;Garrett, Lisa L. Update on DOL’s Regulations for Employee Exemption, 40 (Aug)


MacQuarrie, Cindy.The MDS: Are You Leaving Money on the Table?, 79 (Sep)

Mall, James R.Steps Toward Recovering Late Payments, 52 (Sep)

Marlin Company(survey). What Does Long-Term Care Think of Itself?, 16 (Dec)

Mastro, Tracy.See, Cornish, Kevin

McDaniel, Cheryl.See, Miller, Michael S.

McMahon, Kevin R.A Model of Multifacility Management, 50 (Oct)

Meehan, Rebecca A.(interview). Evaluating Technological Innovations for Assisted Living, 42 (Sep)

Meek, Frank.When the Weather Outside is Frightful, It’s Rodent Season, 46 (Jan)

  • Exterior Pest Control: How Landscaping Can Repel Pests, 70 (Mar)
  • Rounding Up the Unusual Suspects, 72 (Jun)
  • How Sanitary Is Your Kitchen?, 48 (Aug)
  • If You Build It, They Will Come, 44 (Oct)

Merk, Karen.F314 and Pressure Relief, 44 (Apr)

Miller, Kay J.(Not-For-Profit Report). Seniors Get Down in Motown, 61 (Apr)

Miller, Michael S.;Ortegon, Marta; McDaniel, Cheryl; Serena, Thomas. Negative Wound Pressure Therapy: An Option for Hard-to-Heal Wounds, 56 (Jan)

Moles, Daniel.Bringing Culture Change Into Better Focus, 18 (Nov)

Mon, Don(interview). Moving to the Next Generation of IT, 18 (Jan)

Moore, Donna.Welcome to Automated Hiring, 40 (Feb)

Mullen, Anthony J.(NIC on Financing). Innovative Models Provide One Answer to Outdated Nursing Home Stock, 85 (Mar)

  • U.S. Versus Canadian REITs: A Comparison, 76 (Jun)


Nathan, Joshua D.Preparing for Disasters, 50 (May)

Nichols, Amanda D.Hearing Loss: Perceptions and Solutions, 66 (Oct)

Nolan, Nancy(Not-For-Profit Report). Retirement Planning Explained, 43 (Mar)


Oatway, DavidM.(Computer Technology)

  • Highlights from HIMSS, 90 (May)
  • CMS Strives for Accurate Reimbursement, 90 (Sep)
  • Get Ready for National Provider Identifiers, 70 (Nov)

Olde, Michael.Getting the Most From Distributors, 10 (Jul)

Ortegon, Marta.See, Miller, Michael S.

Osborn, David S.Healthcare for Your Facilities, 47 (Apr)


Paiss, Zev(interview). Cohousing: The Next Senior Housing Option, 30 (sidebar) (Mar)

Parrish, John M.(interview). Staying Alive: Three Takes on Today’s Senior Living, 14 (Aug)

Pasupathy, Kandasamy.Knowledge Management in Long-Term Care: What You Need to Know, 18 (Jul)

Peck, Richard L.(Editorial)

  • “Hi, I’ll Be Your Computer…”, 6 (Jan)
  • White House Waste of Time, 6 (Feb)
  • Ah, the Bloom of Youth, 6 (Mar)
  • Scenes From a Nightmare, 8 (Apr)
  • Be Prepared, 6 (May)
  • On Staying Afloat, 6 (Jun)
  • Does Staffing Mean Quality?, 6 (Jul)
  • The Old Is New, 6 (Aug)
  • Our Cup Runneth Over, 6 (Sep)
  • Blowing in the Wind, 6 (Oct)
  • Healthcare’s Stepchild Seeks a Home: A Fable, 6 (Nov)
  • A Head-Spinning Peek Into the Future, 6 (December)

Peck, Richard L.Training Staff Online, 24 (Aug)

Peck, Richard L.(Design Center). Reaching Out in Many Ways: The Cedars at the Jewish Center for the Aged, 61 (Aug)

Pedram, Sara.See, Taunton, Roma Lee

Peltier, Michael.More Than Weight Loss: A Steady Diet of Support and Achievement, 36 (June)

Peltier, Michael(Not-For-Profit Report). A Mission of Thanks to Our Veterans, 43 (Feb)

  • The Cider House Bistro Rules!, 45 (May)
  • Teens and Seniors Enjoy Summer Together, 59 (August)
  • Serving an Ace With Restorative Volleyball, 37 (Oct)
  • The History—and Future—of Caring For Our Veterans at the Armed Forces Retirement Home, 33 (Dec)

Peterman, Doug.Modern Timekeeping Systems Lead to Better Staffing, 22 (Jul)

Pfeffer, David J.Preventing Mold and Water Infiltration During and After Construction, 28 (May)

Piamjariyakul, Ubolrat.See, Taunton, Roma Lee

Poush, Ed(Not-For-Profit Report). Reaching Out to a Community, 33 (Jan)

Presutti, Mark.Is Micromanagement Killing Your Staff?, 34 (Feb)

  • Keys to Outstanding Service and Better Marketing, 72 (Sep)

Price, Robert J.(Not-For-Profit Report). Discovering the Possibilities of Our Residents, 45 (Mar)


Rahman, Anna;Simmons, Sandra; Schnelle, John F. Improve Quality? Watch What Staff Is Doing, 20 (Jun)

Reid, Ron.Today’s Healing Gardens: More Than Shrubs and Flowers, 60 (Mar)

Reingold, Daniel(Not-For-Profit Report). Sheltering the Victims of Elder Abuse: A New Role for Long-Term Care Facilities, 39 (Oct)

Richards, Mark.“Current” Trends in Rehab Therapy, 62 (Dec)

Ronch, Judah.Staying Alive: Three Takes on Today’s Senior Living, 14 (Aug)

Rose, Victor Lane.Managing and Mitigating Risk: An Administrator’s View, 57 (Apr)

Rosenthal, Dan;Brown, Steve. (interview). The New Look in Senior Living: Two Approaches Toward Social Interaction, 20 (Oct)

Rowe, Niki L.;Amo, Michael. Investigating On-Site Incidents and Accidents, 44 (Nov)

Royalty, Nate.The Stinging Truth, 76 (Sep)

Rudder, Cynthia.See, Lieberman, Geoff.


Schenkel, Richard B.Restaurant-Style Dining at an Affordable Price, 42 (Dec)

Schnelle, John F.See, Rahman, Anna

Serena, Thomas.See, Miller, Michael S.

Serotkin, Marva.Technology’s “Declaration of Independence” at The Boston Home, 30 (Aug)

Shady, Kim.An Ergonomic Look at Facility Laundry Rooms, 88 (Mar)

  • Is It Time to Upgrade Your Laundry Operation?, 24 (Jul)

Shephard, Rena R.Making the Most of RUG-53, 22 (Feb)

Simmons, Sandra.See, Rahman, Anna

Smith, Diane A.Learning to Live With F315 Incontinence Management, 80 (Apr)

Soreff, Stephen M.See, Christiansen, Robert W.

Spaulding, Linda L.The Changing Role of Infection-Control Programs in Long-Term Care Management, 95 (May)

Speser, Scott.Designing for Spinal Cord Injury, 54 (Apr)

Staff of Glen Cove Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation(OPTIMA Award Winner). Tying the Hardest Knot: Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Hospitality, 30 (Sep)

Staff of Lancaster Health Group(OPTIMA Award Winner). Creating “Choice” Environments, 36 (Sep)

Staff of The Rose of Ames Senior Assisted Living Communities(2004 OPTIMA Award Entry). A Breakthrough in Creating Affordable Assisted Living, 34 (Apr)

Staff of The Silvercrest Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation(OPTIMA Award Winner). Upgrading Respiratory Services, 20 (Sep)

Stamey, Jamie.Protecting Residents from Foodborne Illnesses, 48 (Jun)

Stewart, Debra(Not-For-Profit Report). Fine Art, Indeed, 43 (Jun)

Stewart, John P.(interview). Peering Into the Future of Aging, 22 (Aug)

Stoil, Michael J.(View on Washington)

  • Why Can’t the Republicans Just Get Along?, 10 (Jan)
  • Should We Retire the White House Conference on Aging?, 12 (Feb)
  • Katrina’s True Tragedy Unfolds, 16 (Mar)
  • Upcoming Election Might Not Change Much, 16 (Apr)
  • The Immigration Issue Burns Long-Term Care, Too, 12 (May)
  • Once More Unto Tort Reform, 12 (Jun)
  • The “Imperial Presidency” Reaches Long-Term Care, 12 (Aug)
  • When Nursing Homes Want to be Taxed, 12 (Sep)
  • CMS’s New Leader, 12 (Oct)
  • The Democrats’ Healthcare Agenda, 12 (Nov)
  • Election 2006: Bigger Changes at State Level, 12 (Dec)


Taunton, Roma Lee;Coffland, Valorie; Pedram, Sara; Piamjariyakul, Ubolrat; Bott, Marjorie J. Nursing Home Residents Tell Their Story, 66 (Sep)

Tellis-Nayak, V.Are DONs an Endangered Species?, 50 (Apr)

Tetz, Gary(Funny You Should Ask)

  • Master the Basics, 49 (Feb)
  • News Fatigue, 78 (Apr)
  • Life at Walking Speed, 78 (Jun)
  • Hypochondriacs Beware!, 69 (Aug)
  • A Vision of Love, 90 (Oct)
  • The Great Cookie Conspiracy, 60 (Dec)

Tomzak, Mark.Facing the IT Future: You Are Not Alone, 60 (May)

Tow, Dianne(Not-For-Profit Report). Music Is Magic for Residents With Alzheimer’s, 40 (Nov)


Underwood, Reta A.(Survey Survival)

  • Beyond the Survey Checklist, 92 (May)
  • Q’s and A’s About the New Psychosocial Outcome Severity Guide, 94 (Sep)


VanOrsdol, Jason(Not-For-Profit Report). Friends of the Animals, 41 (Jun)

Varjabedian, Saro.See, Zofi, Yael Sara

Vercler, Laura.See, Costello, Danielle

Volzer, Robert(Design Center)

  • Making Tracks (House of Welcome at North Shore Senior Center), 39 (Jan)
  • West Indies Panache (The Windsor of Lakewood Ranch), 49 (Mar)
  • Rich Tradition at a Moderate Price (Cherry Ridge), 65 (Apr)
  • Downtown Delight (Avalon Square), 47 (May)
  • County’s Pride (The Pines at Machias Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, 45 (Jun)


Weiser, John.Working With Partners to Hire in the Community, 26 (Aug)

Whipple, Kylie Waters.Is Your Business Office at Risk for Fraud?, 58 (Sep)

Wiggs, Al.Diabetes Testing Supplies: A How-To Selection Guide, 12 (Jul)

Willging, Paul(Paul Willging Says…)

  • Litigation Is Everyone’s Problem, 12 (Jan)
  • Today’s Association Upheavals Put LTC Unity at Risk, 16 (Feb)
  • Get Ready for Community-Based Long-Term Care, 20 (Mar)
  • A Professional Association Can Serve Society, 20 (Apr)
  • It All Comes Down to Education, 16 (May)
  • Medicare Is Worth It, But Be Careful, 14 (Jun)
  • PACE Can Show Us the Way, 14 (Sep)
  • You Can’t Get There Without a Road Map, 14 (Nov)

Williams, Linda(Liability Landscape)

  • Resident Smoking Rights and Risks, 48 (Jan)
  • The Case of the Noncompliant Resident, 81 (Mar)
  • Don’t Overlook Your Residents’ Oral Health, 76 (Apr)
  • Emergency Preparedness in the Midst of a Crisis, 74 (Jun)
  • Prevent Hot Water From Scalding Residents, 64 (Aug)
  • The Seriousness of Head Injuries, 88 (Oct)
  • Prepare for Motorized Conveyances in Your Facility, 57 (Dec)

Wolf, Steven C.How Long-Term Care Should Be Financed, 64 (Mar)


Zofi, Yael Sara;Varjabedian, Saro. Taking a Page From Thomas Edison, 24 (Dec)

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