Jennifer Johs-Artisensi, PhD, MPH, and Douglas Olson, PhD, MBA, NHA, FACHCA
The quality of a long-term care facility is enhanced by administrators educated in the operations and best practices necessary to run a person-focused organization. Administrator-in-training programs offer specialized training and field experience.
In long-term care, advance directives, medical power of attorney, living will and so on are acquired during the admissions process. Their importance becomes more relevant as resident experiences changes in health status.
Abandoning an open Internet and prioritizing the transmission of some online content over other content would hurt older adults who rely on their computers for medical monitoring and other services, the AARP has told the Federal Communications Commission.
Five new directors join seven officers and 12 members of the Assisted Living Federation of America board to help the organization execute a plan to increase advocacy efforts and other initiatives to address an evolving marketplace.
You cannot retaliate against an employee just because he or she exercised the right to demand a safe work environment and perhaps filed a complaint with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. But here's what you can do.