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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
Even the best staffs will get only so far without leaders who ask them to explore new ideas and push them to move beyond the status quo.
Four senior living executives share their thoughts on the state of the industry and the challenges that are driving culture change.
In celebration of Older Americans Month, the national initiative tackles culture change and the stereotypes of seniors by asking, “What’s age got to do with it?”
From senior volunteers to Generation Z, intergenerational staff teams can be an energizing force or an infighting nightmare.
Senior care leaders convened at the annual Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference in Nashville to reflect on the past year...
The new national association will raise awareness of the roles of home-based care and advocate for better financial models to support it.
Despite political transitions, long-term care providers will insist on high-value, cost-efficient care. Here's how your nursing staff can lead the way in care quality.
It's OPTIMA Award time! Submit your best practice programs in the national award celebrating excellence in resident-...
Did you miss some of our week-long 2017 Leaders of Tomorrow coverage? Here's the complete coverage all in one...
Joshua Schor of New Jersey has been recognized for his work to improve wound care, reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections and founding a staff teamwork program.
Kelly Papa took her idea for a dementia network and built it into a summit and an all-year dialogue that stretches across the state of Connecticut.
A Massachusetts coalition is marking National Healthcare Decisions Day with a new app to get the end-of-life care conversation started.