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2018 Aon General and Professional Liability Benchmark for Long Term Care Providers

Published by Aon Global Risk Consulting on Oct 25, 2018

Aon Global Risk Consulting’s (Aon) Actuarial and Analytics practice has conducted an actuarial analysis of general liability and professional liability (GL/PL) claim costs for the long term care profession in the United States. Read More

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Defuse Claims of Negligence with Your Nursing Home Documentation

Published by J David Thurber on Jul 12, 2018

Wound and skin care documentation.  J David Thurber succinctly addressing common situations and intervention ideas to help mitigate many common areas of senior care litigation. Whether it is simply a reminder of what you already do, or offers new ideas for you and your team, we thought it may be… Read More

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The ticklish balancing act: Resident rights vs. care quality

Published by McKnight's on Jul 08, 2018

You know the scenario: A resident wants to eat donuts, but it will send her blood sugar skyrocketing. The staff members aren't sure whether to let her indulge as part of person-centered care or to insist on a sugar-free alternative so that they're not out of compliance with her care… Read More

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Making the Most of Community Events for Prospective Senior Living Residents

Published by Senior Housing News on Jul 08, 2018

A number of senior living community operators host events in their greater communities in the hopes of raising awareness among prospective residents—but in many cases, these events can, and should, be conducted differently.

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How virtual care technology can transform long-term care facilities

Published by McKnight's on Apr 23, 2018

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the senior living industry will need to add 1.2 million employees by 2025 in order to provide adequate care for the growing aging population. Unfortunately, even in 2018, many long-term care facilities do not have enough providers or specialists onsite and/or on call… Read More

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Thought leaders explore the difference between a place to live and a lifestyle in senior living

Published by McKnight's on Apr 19, 2018

Recently, a sizable group of senior living thought leaders convened at an inaugural event, called Dialogues, in Dallas to explore the current trends driving the business of senior living.

The changing demographics of the aging segment and the design and key effects of aging in the built environment were topics… Read More

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Marketing Tactics to Bust the ‘Raisin Ranch’ Stereotype of Senior Living

Published by Senior Housing News on Apr 18, 2018

The “home.” The raisin ranch. The drooly dropoff. These are some of the terms consumers have given senior living communities over the years. And silly as they may seem, they are among the hardest perceptions for providers to shake off

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Will the new mantra for nursing home operators be ‘quality over quantity’? Yes and no

Published by McKnight's on Apr 16, 2018

A new study from the Kaiser Family Foundation confirms a shift that most skilled care operators can relate to. While resident occupancy levels continue to bottom out, the new arrivals are in worse shape than ever. Read More

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CMS cuts to ambulance pay for dialysis will ‘devastate’ access for some

Published by McKnight's on Apr 13, 2018

Skilled nursing providers and ambulance companies are worried that a looming cut to ambulance reimbursement could limit access to care for dialysis patients, as the new rate drives payment below actual cost for some. Read More