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The senior living provider and Iris Plans have partnered to offer residents end-of-life care planning services.
July has been a record-breaking month for the Department of Justice’s fraud squad, which orchestrated a 30-state takedown totaling $1.3 billion in fraudulent or illegal activities.
The new group will explore long-term and post-acute care staffing issues and provide resources to combat turnover.
AARP concluded in a recent report that states are improving long-term services and supports (LTSS) but aren’t keeping pace with growing demand.
Social media is ubiquitous, valuable and fun. It can also get long-term care providers into a lot of legal trouble.
The national chain had announced in October its intention to leave the skilled nursing business. So, who gets all those nursing home properties?
The Senate’s proposed healthcare bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, calls for deep cuts to Medicaid. The program pays for about two-thirds of the 1.4 million seniors who live in nursing homes.
After 27 years at the helm, Kramer will transition to the role of strategic advisor at the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care.
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.