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The obesity epidemic in the United States may be responsible for the emergence of a new … a successful demonstration of a corporate-wide policy to address resident handling hazards. …
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 7/5/2012 Size: 55KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/OSHA-Looks-At-Nursing-Home-Staff-Safety.aspx

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Consolidation is nothing new in health care. For years, managed care companies have purchased other managed care companies, and hospital systems have done the same … Policy Expand Policy
Authors: Shevona Johnson Date: 8/21/2014 Size: 53KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Care-Coordination-for-Older-Adults.aspx

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​Long term care providers have been sitting on the edge of their seats waiting for the next change, holding on tight for the ride. Recent hot topics include resource utilization group …
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 9/15/2011 Size: 56KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Harness-The-Power-of-Collaboration-.aspx

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​A profession charged with caring for the frailest members of society is a setting fraught with risk.  Falls, skin breakdowns, elopements, and medication … Policy Expand Policy
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 7/27/2012 Size: 52KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Apology-Laws-Foster-Compassion.aspx

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aExperts in the financing field agree that facilities looking for money to fund projects are hard put to find any. “The market has shifted back to a more conservative stance in …
Authors: Shevona Johnson Date: 9/12/2011 Size: 52KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/reports/Pages/Private-Equity-Sees-Opportunities.aspx

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It should come as no shock to long term care (LTC) providers that credit markets remain tight, limiting the normal flow of financing from private lenders as the economic slowdown …
Authors: Shevona Johnson Date: 9/14/2011 Size: 53KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/reports/Pages/Financing-Elusive-But-Not-Unattainable.aspx

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Why does a new patient come through the front door of your facility? Once upon a time, a discharge planner may have sent a new patient to you because your facility was nearby, or …
Authors: Shevona Johnson Date: 6/26/2014 Size: 54KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Building-A-21st-Century-Referral-Pipeline.aspx

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The recent events in Watertown, Mass., as the hunt for perpetrators of the Boston Marathon bombing ensued, the devastation in West, Texas, that impacted a long term care facility after …
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 4/22/2013 Size: 54KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Is-Your-Nursing-Home-Prepared-For-Disaster-Adverse-Events-.aspx

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​There is nothing like a little Zone Program Integrity or Recovery Audit Contractor audit to bring out the flaws in a nursing home team. When the medical record charts of a nurse …
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 11/29/2016 Size: 55KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Teamwork-Means-Better-Resident-Care,-Better-Documentation.aspx

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​​Occupancy rates and rents are on the upswing for the seniors housing sectors, according to the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC). The group …
Authors: Shevona Johnson Date: 9/14/2011 Size: 55KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/reports/Pages/CMS-Rocks-Stock-Market.aspx

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