Whenever I hear about MLTCs, I know there will always be one word following the conversation.
What I hear always includes something along the lines of: cutting costs, reducing costs, or reigning in costs. The dollar sign is prevalent in every chat. Read More
If you asked me when I was younger whether or not I wanted to live in a nursing home as I aged, my answer would have been a vehement no. I didn’t like the idea of not being independent, not living in my own home that I loved, and not doing the things I loved. But that was before I got into healthcare, before I ever really experienced the benefits of nursing home facilities. Now, as I walk the halls of my own buildings, and see the hard work done by the nurses and assistants around me, I have a much different viewpoint. And, if you’re considering a nursing home, I think you should too. Read More
I have a secret I’m going to share with you, one that is so powerful, it may change the way you and your staff relate to the business of care. It has nothing to do with a typical “business” and everything to do with your inner motivations.
I recently listened to a radio segment on how to reduce hospital readmissions. It’s been on my mind a lot lately, especially because soon SNFs will be penalized if rehospitalization occurs within 30 days. Many in the industry are planning for what they should do. Read More