REGISTERED NURSE STAFFING FALLS SHORT IN MOST NURSING HOMES
March 16, Skilled Nursing News
Most nursing homes report RN staffing levels at half an hour per resident day or less, highlighting the labor shortage in most of the senior care industry.
HEALTH CARE JOB OPENINGS EXCEED WORKER DEMAND BY 44% AMID ‘SKILLS GAP’
March 15, Skilled Nursing News
Skilled nursing executives and managers now have another number to lose sleep over: 44 percent.
LIFTING THERAPY CAPS PROVES A LOAD OFF MEDICARE PATIENTS’ SHOULDERS
March 14, The Washington Post
Under a recent change in federal law, people who qualify for Medicare’s therapy services will no longer lose them because they used too much.
NEW QUALITY GOALS SET FOR LONG TERM CARE
March 13, Provider
At its National Quality Summit, the AHCA announced its new goals—aligned with federal priorities—for quality measurement in the coming three years.
YOUNTVILLE SHOOTING: THE CASUALTIES OF AMERICA'S WAR AT HOME?
March 12, CNN
The standoff in Yountville ended Friday night as we all feared it might -- in tragedy. And it was especially tragic for our veterans and members of the military community.
March 10, CAHF
CAHF extends its heartfelt condolences to everyone affected by the tragedy at the veteran's home in Yountville. We stand together to offer support to all of our dedicated colleagues who serve veterans and the long term care community.