In a highly anticipated decision which will have a signiﬁcant impact on employers and insurance carriers with workers compensation claims in Pennsylvania, on June 20, 2017, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court keep reading >
When Medicaid was first launched in 1965, nursing homes were by the far the dominant setting for long-term care. However, over the last 20 years, particularly the last decade, we have witnessed a dramatic shift to home-based care.
Tragedy can strike at any moment, and it’s important to have a proactive process in place to ensure the ultimate safety of your staff and residents.
Nearly a third of nursing home residents and up to 70 percent of community-dwelling older adults suffering from cognitive decline wander from their supervised homes at least once during their stay. When wandering is unsupervised, it puts residents at risk for elopement.
Assisted living and long term care organizations can learn how to better control their insurance costs in a changing landscape.
How to protect your organization in a plaintiff-friendly environment.