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Government policies that impact immigrant workers could have devastating effects on senior care warns PHI, a national organization for the direct care workforce.
A Good Samaritan rehabilitation unit has closed because it has had trouble filling and maintaining necessary nursing levels.
Four senior living executives weigh in on the threat of litigation and demands of helicopter children while providing a meaningful life for residents.
If "Do Not Hospitalize" orders were as common as "Do Not Resuscitate" orders, SNFs could see far fewer ER visits/hospital transfers while respecting end-of-life wishes.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is reconsidering its previous ban on pre-dispute agreements as binding arbitration.
The American College of Health Care Administrators award honors skilled nursing facility administrators that demonstrate excellence in leadership and facility quality benchmarks.
A 76-year-old resident faces charges over a fire in his bedroom at a Georgia personal care home.
The Florida hospice provider created programs to embrace the vibrant cultural and ethnic diversity of the Clearwater/St. Petersburg region.
A recent survey found adult children prefer their parents age at home compared to a long-term care facility.
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.
Employee satisfaction surveys can be a helpful retention tool, but they also can raise red flags with employment law attorneys.
Four senior living executives share their thoughts on the state of the industry and the challenges that are driving culture change.