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​Long term care residents with dementia deserve to have the following outcomes: comfort, dignity, safety, preserving function, and preventing new illnesses. … Policy Expand Policy
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 8/26/2013 Size: 50KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Daily-Oral-Hygiene-Care-Essential-For-Residents-With-Dementia.aspx

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The credit crisis has made its mark on the seniors housing industry over the past 12 months, with lower transaction volumes and higher capitalization rates … Policy Expand Policy
Authors: Shevona Johnson Date: 9/24/2014 Size: 49KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/reports/Pages/2009-Top-40-Assisted-Living-Chains.aspx

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Getting a head start on complying with emerging QAPI requirements provides an opportunity for … that skilled facilities create a “no-fault” policy to help empower staff to identify areas …
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 6/2/2017 Size: 55KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/QAPI-Insights-From-The-Experts.aspx

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laundry might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking … about the quality of care at a long term care facility, it does play an … Policy Expand Policy
Authors: Shevona Johnson Date: 3/15/2012 Size: 51KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/reports/Pages/Laundry-Long-Term-Care.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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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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​Everyone knows that death is inevitable, but for those with terminal illnesses, that knowledge brings urgency to be remembered beyond life, and for those left behind, there’s a deep …
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 1/18/2013 Size: 53KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Improving-End-of-Life-Options-for-Residents.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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​The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has developed protocols for food service in long term care (LTC) communities. These regulations require facilities to provide food …
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 7/18/2014 Size: 56KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Dining-Services-Revamp.aspx

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Lean principles in manufacturing are applied to health care. … aIt is almost a cliché to say that now more than ever, owners and operators must conserve resources, as money is getting not …
Authors: Meg Laporte Date: 1/18/2013 Size: 59KB

http://www.providermagazine.com/columns/Pages/Make-It-Lean-in-health-care.aspx

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