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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
A coalition of Wisconsin health care organizations is warning that the state's shortage of long-term care providers continues to grow.
The research is relatively consistent: Do mission-driven nonprofit organizations deliver higher quality care to elders?
2016 Leader of Tomorrow award recipient Bruce William thanks a former boss turned mentor for showing him how to serve and move the long-term care industry forward.
The founder of the two long-term care nursing associations plans to step down after a nearly 20-year career in improving senior care.
As the CMS regulations for infection control programs kick in, providers are finding that leadership matters as much as training.
Fresh thinking and attention to organizational culture can improve care outcomes for residents, employee morale, reduce turnover and improve profits.
Mark Parkinson, CEO of the American Health Care Association, shared his optimistic view for the senior living industry in his opening remarks of the 68th annual AHCA/NCAL Conference and Expo.
Editor-in-chief Pamela Tabar celebrates those who invent new ways to solve some of senior care's oldest problems.
The associations recognize three senior living providers as the 2017 Gold National Quality Award recipients.
New CMS regulations are an opportunity for providers to write policies and practice procedures that can prepare staff for the unexpected.
The American College of Health Care Administrators has announced it is searching for a new president and CEO.
I Advance Senior Care now offers candid conversations from thought leaders and experts in the field about their experiences, the changing industry and what keeps them up at night.