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​Welcome to ProviderTV, the video extension of Provider magazine. Here you will find interviews with thought leaders and other events. Our inaugural videos are from Provider’s LED Talks, which are both provocative and inspirational.

 

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  • Chris Mason, Senior Housing Managers

    ​One assisted living community features medical clinics in its buildings to ease patient transitions between hospital and home.

  • Steve LaForte, Cascadia Healthcare

    For Cascadia Healthcare, facility culture is key to attracting the right staff.​

  • Lucy Janoyan, CHE Behavioral Health Services

    ​Behavioral Health teams can do assessments on call or customize plans for SNFs or ALFs.

  • Jay Moskowitz, Vivage Quality Health Partners

    A unique pharmacy partnership allows Vivage to send patients home carrying the correct medication for the first 30 days.
  • Michael Wylie, Genesis HealthCare Corp.

    ​Michael Wylie is amazed at what he finds at an assisted living complex in China.

  • Chris Mason, Senior Housing Managers

    ​Chris Mason says small things like mentors, flexible hours, and day care sevices help keep staff on.

  • Denise German, Medicalodges

    The rise in acuity in assisted living calls for state regulation adjustments.​

  • Steve LaForte, Cascadia Healthcare

    ​Steve LaForte is on a mission to make CMP funds available to help facilities improve.

  • Michael Wylie, Genesis HealthCare Corp.

    ​Genesis has found that patients encourage each other during concurrent or group therapy.

  • Chris Bryson, Consulate Health Care

    ​SNF staffing in the future will include such new posts as recreational therapists and dementia specialists, expert predicts.

  • Paul Wasser, Dominican Village

    ​New building will feature built-in technologies to facilitate a calming environment.

  • Steven Heaney, Brandywine Senior Living

    ​The assisted living sector has been overdeveloping properties nationwide too early for the Silver Tsunami, Steven Heaney says.

  • Jay Moskowitz, Vivage Quality Health Partners

    ​Breaks during shifts, child care, in-house education programs are just a few of the perks Vivage Quality offers staff.

  • Lucy Janoyan, CHE Behavioral Health Services

    ​In PDPM, behavioral health diagnoses are relevant not only to care but also to reimbursement.

  • Steve LaForte, Cascadia Healthcare

    ​Steve LaForte believes PDPM could be positive for Cascadia due to its specialization niches.

  • Peggy Connorton, Covenant Retirement Communities

    ​Covenant Retirement Communities is bringing therapy and clinical staff together to prepare for the holistic approach of PDPM.

  • Chris Bryson, Consulate Health Care

    ​Chris Bryson, CEO, Consulate Health Care, sees skilled nursing centers gravitating more and more to post-acute care.

  • Gerald Hamilton, Bee Hives Homes

    ​Gerald Hamilton, Bee Hives Homes, is seeing a steady increase in patients with dementia and more with behavioral issues.

  • Ashley Blankenship, StoneBridge Senior Living

    ​One assisted living recruiter invites prospective employees in to watch caregivers at work, giving them a feel for the job.

  • Cheryln Hunt, Christian Homes

    ​As a result of a strict new UTI protocol, Christian Homes has achieved a 66 percent reduction in UTI infections.

  • Paul Wasser, Dominican Village

    ​Assisted living community invites local youth groups in to spend time with residents from the WWII era.

  • Gerald Hamilton, Bee Hives Homes

    ​Gerald Hamilton says the greatest challenge his ALF is facing is to educate doctors not to prescribe antipsychotics and staff and families on the drugs' danger.

  • Peggy Connorton, Covenant Retirement Communities

    ​Data points help providers set internal quality goals and also make them better continuum partners.

  • Chris Bryson, Consulate Health Care

    ​Integrating different types of technology has been key to working smarter for turnaround company.

  • Deborah Meade, Summers Retirement, dba, The Lodge

    ​Nurses "get to be nurses" again, as they holistically care for the whole patient under PDPM.

  • Robert Van Dyk, Van Dyk Healthcare

    ​Bob Van Dyk's decision to start an adult day care center comes from a personal place.

  • Gail Sheridan, Tealwood Senior Living

    Involving staff in a center's quality efforts empowers them, encourages them, and lends to engagement.​

  • Kimberly Dilg, Sunrise of Gurnee

    Inviting local representatives for a visit helps them learn not only about assisted living and but also Sunrise’s quality outcomes, says Kimberly Dilig.

  • Sarah Schumann, Brookside Inn

    Quality measure data are transparent in today’s world. Brookside Inn invites scrutiny from staff by posting Performance Improvement Plan progress data in its breakroom and discusses them in staff meetings.

  • Ashley Blankenship, StoneBridge Senior Living

    ​Data tracking helps assisted living community monitor progress on its Quality Initiative goals.

  • Cheryln Hunt, Christian Homes

    PDPM requires a new type of data collection and continual staff training.​

  • Paul Wasser, Dominican Village

    ​Assisted living has advanced to the point of needing skilled nurses in all three shifts.

  • Medline, LEDTalks Sponsor

    Mike Tawater, Medline
  • MatrixCare, LEDTalks Sponsor

    Kevin Keith Whitehurst, MatrixCare
  • A Story of Survival

    Paradise, Calif., was anything but its name when an intense forest fire brought tragedy to the town on Nov. 8, 2018. In a combination of heat, smoke, and speed, the Camp Fire inferno killed dozens and torched most anything in its path. Jessica Johnson, then administrator of Heritage Paradise, tells the story of how the consequences of the disaster played out in real time for one SNF, and how fast-acting and determined administrators, staff, and volunteers drove residents to safety under extreme risk of peril.

    Jessica Johnson, Administrator, Riverside Convalescent
  • How to Save a Company: The Consulate Culture

    This is a story of one company’s courage, persistence, and innovation. It’s the story of how one severely challenged company is taking its fate by the horns and changing course in a bold, new direction. The results, which play out in Five-Star ratings, employee engagement scores, and more, speak for themselves. This is the story of Consulate Health Care. Chris Bryson, CEO, shares the top risks he had to take to turn the company around.

    Chris Bryson, Chief Executive Officer, Consulate HealthCare
  • Approaching Depression Differently

    Nursing centers today have an extremely high prevalence of depression (50-70 percent). Depression is not and should not be an inevitable consequence of skilled nursing facility (SNF) admission. Is it possible that the post-acute care sector is inadvertently making people depressed? Richard Juman, PsyD, presents a new idea and solutions to disrupt the status quo way of approaching depression.

    Richard Juman, PsyD, TeamHealth
  • Linda Kluge, Alliant Quality

    ​Patient-centered care can be defined as "how you or I want to be cared for," says Linda Kluge of Alliant Quality.

  • Bo Dalton, Comer Health & Rehabilitation

    ​Bo Dalton of Comer Health & Rehab emphasizes the importance of making family contact within the first 24 to 48 hours of admission.

  • Kimberly Dilg, Sunrise of Gurnee

    ​Sunrise of Gurnee has introduced an employee buddy system to provider further support for its frontline staff.

  • Marcia Jackson, Maine Veterans' Home

    ​Watch how a unique buddy system pairing staff with residents led to big outcomes for Maine Veterans' Home - Machias.

  • Phil Fogg Jr., Marquis Cos.

    ​Phil Fogg Jr. reports that Marquis' therapy, pharmacy, physician services, and SNFs have been working together to achieve performance goals.

  • Linda Kluge, Alliant Quality

    ​An important role of quality improvement organziations is to teach providers how to report their data, says Linda Kluge of QIO Alliant Quality.

  • Kimberly Dilg, Sunrise of Gurnee

    ​A culture of camaraderie is what makes Sunrise of Gurnee shine to potential employees, says Kimberly Dilg.

  • Marcia Jackson, Maine Veterans' Home

    ​“Measuring everything” is key to achieving an AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award, says Marcia Jackson of Maine Veterans’ Home – Machias.

  • Renee Naylor, Westcare Management

    ​Westcare Management's Renee Naylor says she comes to Washington, D.C., several times a year to lobby for "Timmy," a young resident who needs Medicaid services to survive.

  • Renee Naylor, Westcare Management

    ​What's the secret to a 30 percent reduction in staff turnover? Hiring a "staff mama," according to Westcare Management.

  • Van Moore, Westcare Management

    ​Van Moore of Westcare Management says the VA provider agreements will be a boon to veterans who want to stay in nursing facilities closer to home.

  • Van Moore, Westcare Management

    ​To boost hiring and retention, Westcare Management trains CNAs in house and will help reimburse RNs for up to five years of school bills.

  • Van Moore, Westcare Management

    ​Van Moore of Westcare Management says the Patient-Driven Payment Model is a positive for residents as it takes the focus off maximizing rates to focus on what is happening to the patient.

  • Van Moore, Westcare Management

    Westcare Management has hired a retired major as a quality-of-life coordinator, who may help veterans locate missing medals or go on aircraft flights.

  • Phil Fogg Jr., Marquis Cos.

    ​Reflecting on the workforce crisis, Phil Fogg Jr. says Marquis Cos. have been investing in technology platforms to enhance its recruitment efforts.

  • Linda Kluge, Alliant Quality

    ​Providers are resilient and will rise to the occasion in the advent of Patient-Driven Payment Model, says Linda Kluge of Alliant Quality.

  • Bo Dalton, Comer Health & Rehabilitation

    ​Comer Health & Rehab actively practices an open door policy to encourage frontline staff to talk with managers, says Bo Dalton.

  • Bo Dalton, Comer Health & Rehabilitation

    ​An enduring philosophy of patient care first has helped the quest for a Gold AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award, says Bo Dalton of Comer Health & Rehabilitation.

  • Kimberly Dilg, Sunrise of Gurnee

    ​Every achievement needs a solid foundation. Hear from Kimberly Dilg on how parent company Sunrise Senior Living paved the way for her center to achieve the Gold AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award.

  • Marcia Jackson, Maine Veterans' Home

    ​What does it take to achieve Gold in the AHCA/NCAL National Quality Awards Program? Let Marcia Jackson of Maine Veterans' Home of Machias tell you.

  • Phil Scalo, Bartley Healthcare

    Bartley Healthcare first hires people that care, tries to instill in them the company’s mission, and then teaches them how to do the job, Phil Scalo says.

  • Michael Wylie, Vice President, Genesis Healthcare

    ​Michael Wylie talks about declining occupancy as a result of managed care companies sending patients home faster.

  • Bob Siebel, Carriage Healthcare

    Bob Siebel, CEO, Carriage Healthcare, gives his take on a born CNA.

  • Erik Moscovitch, CIO, Altitude Health Services

    ​Erik Moscovitch, CIO, Altitude Health Services, talks about leasing properties to young operators with an option to buy.

  • Teri Tift, Executive Director of Quality & Compliance

    ​Teri Tift encourages staff to move ahead through training.

  • Mark Maxfield, president & COO, The Cottages

    ​Mark Maxfield finds that the personal touch with staff is critical to employee satisfaction.

  • Ashley Blankenship, StoneBridge Senior Living, director of assisted living services

    ​Ashley Blankenship, director of assisted living services, talks about StoneBridge’s workforce strategy whereby staff set their own schedules.

  • Mark Parkinson, President & CEO, AHCA/NCAL

    ​Amid signs of a strong economy, including a 3.8 percent unemployment rate, Mark Parkinson, president and CEO or AHCA/NCAL, tells why the workforce issue is still a massive challenge and announces new tools coming October, 2018.

  • Bob Siebel, Carriage Healthcare

    CEO ​Bob Siebel reports on how Carriage Healthcare's new telemedicine program is working.

  • Michael Wylie, Vice President, Genesis Healthcare

    Michael Wylie discusses how Genesis HealthCare’s rehab businesses are doing in China.

  • Mark Parkinson, President & CEO, AHCA/NCAL

    ​Mark Parkinson, AHCA/NCAL, president and CEO, talks about the strategies of lobbying.

  • Deborah Meade, CEO, Health Management

    ​Deborah Meade, CEO, Health Management, speaks about how managed care companies are short-changing patients in their SNF recovery stays.

  • Peter Van Runkle, Ohio Health Care Association

    ​Peter Van Runkle talks about how the prevalence of medicaid can affect a facility's Five-Star rating.

  • Suresh Vishnubhatla, LTC Operations

    ​Suresh Vishnubhatla discusses medication management.

  • Bob Siebel, Carriage Healthcare

    ​Bob Siebel reports on how Carriage Healthcare's new telemedicine program is working.

  • Mark Maxfield, president & COO, The Cottages

    Mark Maxfield talks about the importance of retaining state oversight for assisted living.

  • Dianne Sullivan-Slazyk, Stonegate Senior Living

    ​Dianne Sullivan-Slazyk talks about Stonegate's electronic health record.

  • Michael Wylie, Vice President, Genesis Healthcare

    ​Michael Wylie addresses the workforce crisis and how immigration regs could become an issue.

  • Greg Weishar, CEO, PharMerica

    ​PharMerica CEO Greg Weishar discusses challenges in assisted living as residents move through wellness degrees.

  • Teri Tift, Executive Director of Quality & Compliance

    Teri Tift discusses the merits of Eskaton's fall prevention program.

  • Bob Siebel, Carriage Healthcare

    ​Bob Siebel talks about the critical nature of staying abreast of changes.

  • Medicare is the 2018 Issue of the Year

    ​Mark Parkinson, president and CEO of AHCA/NCAL, reflects on the profession’s accomplishments with Medicare and what the association is doing to protect them this year.

  • PharMerica Leadership Series

    See what’s challenging the profession from a unique group of leaders. Get a deeper look at the latest legislative and regulatory updates. In partnership with PharMerica, we’ll bring you new videos every week that will inform and inspire you to go further.

  • Tom Coble, President & CEO, Elmbrook Management Co.

    ​Tom Coble talks about his company’s own Medicare insurance business.

  • Len Russ, Bayberry Care Center

    ​Leonard Russ, owner/administrator, Bayberry Care Center, talks about educating legislators on how provider quality measures have improved.

  • Craig Cornett, President/CEO, California Association of Health Facilities

    ​Craig Cornett discusses the major legislative issues important at state level.

  • Mark Schinnerer, CEO, CARC, Inc.

    CEO Mark Schinnerer, CARC, Inc., shares with Provider one thing that makes his organization truly unique.

  • Deborah Meade, CEO, Health Management

    ​Deborah Meade, CEO, Health Management, talks about protecting the 2.4 percent market basket.

  • Peter Van Runkle, Ohio Health Care Association

    ​Peter Van Runkle discusses how providers have been improving their scores in quality measures.

  • Robin Hillier, Director of Reimbursement and Quality Metrics, Welcome Nursing Home

    Robin Hillier talks about how her company is preparing for the new payment model.

  • Holly Jarek, Vice President, Seven Hills Pediatric Center

    Holly Jarek, Vice President, Seven Hills Pediatric Center, illustrates a day at her facility.

  • Nico Gomez, President and CEO, Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers

    ​Nico Gomez, president & CEO of Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers, tells what his members have going on outside of the normal bounds of traditional care.

  • Robert Vande Merwe, Executive Director, Idaho Health Care Association

    ​Robert Vande Merwe, Executive Director, Idaho Health Care Association, tells Provider some of his non-legislative priorities for IHCA members.

  • Holly Jarek, Vice President, Seven Hills Pediatric Center

    ​ID/DD lobbyists visit D.C. and Capitol Hill. Holly Jarek tells Provider how her facility engages the community and lawmakers.

  • Craig Cornett, President/CEO, California Association of Health Facilities

    ​Craig Cornett, president & CEO of California Association of Health Facilities, gives examples of how his facilities operate outside of the normal bounds of traditional care.

  • Mark Schinnerer, CEO, CARC, Inc.

    ​CEO Mark Schinnerer, CARC, Inc., tells Provider about the daily activities in his facility.

  • Phil Scalo, Owner, Bartley Healthcare Nursing & Rehab

    ​Phil Scalo says residents see technology everywhere, so they'd better see it at your center.

  • Manage Differently

    ​Greg Dowdy, chief operating officer for American HealthCare, tells how to keep the passion flowing by managing differently.

  • A Healing Spirit

    ​Dave Baumgartner, vice president of spirituality and Sacred Six at Signature HealthCARE, shares his organization’s practice of providing spiritual services.

  • Multigenerational Care

    ​Michelle Belhumeur, executive director of Gorham House, shares the many benefits of caring for the elderly with preschoolers on site.

  • Caring for Navajo Elders

    ​Barbara Brown, president and chief operating officer of Winslow Campus of Care, shares her experience of caring for Navajo elders.

  • Selfless Service

    ​Matthew Lysobey, chief community integration officer at Rockport Healthcare Services, talks about selfless service through the program, A Heart to Serve.

  • 2018 Quality Summit

    Medline sponsors a Provider Interview Lounge at AHCA/NCAL’s recent Quality Summit.

  • Nico Gomez, President and CEO, Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers

    ​Gomez tells Provider the steps his facilities take to engage the community and lawmakers on important issues, such as Medicaid cuts.

  • Robert Vande Merwe, Executive Director, Idaho Health Care Association

    ​ID/DD lobbyists visit D.C. and Capitol Hill in March. Robert Vande Merwe tells of important issues forthcoming this year.

  • Holly Jarek, Seven Hills Pediatric Center

    ID/DD lobbyists visit D.C. and Capitol Hill. Holly Jarek tells of important issues forthcoming this year.

  • Joanne Erickson, Editor in Chief, Provider

    ​Provider editor tells readers how to get their own free subscription.

  • Phil Scalo, Owner, Bartley Healthcare Nursing & Rehab

    ​Phil Scalo laments surveyors who don't know the skilled nursing business.

  • Debbie Meade, Owner, Health Management

    ​Debbie Meade says her priority for 2018 is gearing up for better outcomes.

  • Joanne Erickson, Editor in Chief, Provider

    ​Joanne Erickson and Kris Mastrangelo, president and CEO, Harmony Healthcare, talk about how Provider is trying to help providers during challenging times.

  • Robin Hillier, Director of Reimbursement and Quality Metrics, Welcome Nursing Home

    ​Robin Hillier describes her love-hate relationship with Five-Star.

  • Phil Scalo, Owner, Bartley Healthcare Nursing & Rehab

    ​Phil Scalo, owner, Bartley Healthcare Nursing & Rehab, explains how crucial happy staff are to happy residents.

  • Michael Wylie, VP, Development, Genesis HealthCare Corp.

    ​Michael Wylie discusses the "Deluge of Dementia" hitting nursing and assisted living centers today.

  • Teresa Chase, President, American HealthTech

    Teresa Chase emphasizes the importance of changing with the times.

  • Shannon Lager, VP and COO, Medicalodges

    Shannon Lager says it’s important to figure out the costs related to each type of condition.

  • Jeff Amann, COO, Welcov Healthcare

    Jeff Amann says his beginnings as a CNA motivate him to support Welcov’s staff and its residents.

  • Angela Smith

    Angela Smith, Senior Director of Reimbursement and Rehabilitation, Cantex Continuing Care Network

    Angela Smith is confident in SNFs’ ability to reinvent themselves.

  • Phil Scalo, Bartley Healthcare Nursing & Rehab

    ​Phil Scalo, Owner, Bartley Healthcare Nursing & Rehab, talks about the advantages and challenges of independent ownership.

  • Debbie Meade, Health Management

    ​Debbie Meade describes how her company is partnering with schools to get students in the building.

  • Robin Hillier, Director of Reimbursement and Quality Metrics, Welcome Nursing Home

    Robin Hillier, Director of Reimbursement and Quality Metrics, Welcome Nursing Home, talks about the overly prescriptive regulatory environment.

  • Michael Wylie, VP, Development, Genesis HealthCare Corp.

    Michael Wylie of Genesis discusses the challenges of Medicaid rates from state to state.

  • Van Moore, Westcare Healthcare Management

    ​Van Moore says Medicaid should return to what it was created for: supporting the elderly and disabled.

  • Dan Holdhusen, The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society

    ​Dan Holdhusen, director of government relations at Good Sam, recounts his reason for visiting D.C.: to advocate for residents who are on Medicaid and need funding for nursing care.

  • Norman Estes, NHS Management

    ​Norm Estes describes how personal relationships with lawmakers can impact their decisions.

  • Van Moore, Senior Vice President, Westcare Healthcare Management

    Van Moore says data are supporting providers’ claims of improved quality.

  • Van Moore, Senior Vice President, Westcare Healthcare Management

    Van Moore is passionate about a provider agreement to care for veterans.

  • Phil Fogg, President & CEO, Marquis Companies

    ​Phil Fogg says the new personnel at CMS allow for more dialog on regulatory issues.

  • Barbara Gage, PhD, Research Associate Professor, George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Services

    ​Professor Barbara Gage talks about how the IMPACT Act will facilitate comparability between patients and conditions.

  • Len Russ, Owner/Administrator, Bayberry Care Center

    ​Len Russ of Bayberry Care Center says patient transitions to and from all destinations are becoming more and more the responsibility of care centers.

  • Arif Nazir, MD, CMD, Chief Medical Officer, Signature Health Care

    Signature Health Care’s Arif Nazir talks about the role of the medical director as team leader.

  • Sonja Quale, PharmD, Vice President & Chief Clinical Officer, PharMerica

    ​PharMerica’s Sonja Quale talks about the importance of CMS’ core  elements in the new regulations for antibiotics.

  • Conference Rocks!

    ​Provider’s Washington, D.C., Leadership Series, sponsored by PharMerica this summer, brought together health leaders, lawmakers, and providers.

  • Greg Elliot receives Joe Warner Patient Advocacy Award

    ​Congratulations to Joe Warner Patient Advocacy Award Recipient Greg Elliot of Charleston, WV

  • Shauna Kapsner, Partners Senior Living Options

    ​Shauna Kapsner, director of operations at Partners Senior Living Options, talks about bringing humor to her organization.

  • Howie Groff, President, Tealwood Senior Living

    ​Howie Groff talks about today's climates for skilled nursing and assisted living.

  • Sarah Schumann, Vice President of Operations, Brookside Inn

    ​Sarah Schumann says stories about residents help lawmakers understand the personal impact of regs.

  • Norman Estes, NHS Management

    Norm Estes describes providers’ role in explaining the challenges they face to lawmakers.

  • Neil Pruitt Jr., PruittHealth

    ​Neil Pruitt Jr. talks about civil monetary payments and the latest payment model during D.C. trip.

  • Holly Jarek, Seven Hills Foundation

    ​Holly Jarek explains why it is important for members to stay in contact with representatives regarding funding.

  • PointClickCare, LED Talks Sponsor

    Travis Palmquist, PointClickCare, LED Talks Sponsor

     

    Travis Palmquist
  • Medtronic, LED Talks Sponsor

    Chris Arapoff, Medtronic, LED Talks Sponsor

    Chris Arapoff
  • Entrepreneur in Residence

    Andrew Smith shares stories from Brookdale Senior Living’s entrepreneur program, where innovators are invited to move into a community, living alongside residents who will then critique their products. 

    Andrew Smith, director of strategy and innovation, Brookdale Senior Living
  • Saying No to More: Medical Care at End of Life

    Many of Dr. David Gifford’s elderly patients have expressed a desire to maximize their quality of life, even if it increases the risk of harm or shortens their lives. While families and caregivers may object, he makes the case for when the best answer may be “no” to more medical care.

    David Gifford, MD, senior vice president, Quality and Regulatory Affairs, AHCA/NCAL
  • Never Burn a Bridge 

     Relationships really matter. The person we are upset with today may resurface tomorrow as a key decision maker who can improve or ruin our outcomes. Citing personal experience, Bob Siebel discusses helpful tools for interfacing with residents, families, government, and others who can impact your life.

    Bob Siebel, president of Carriage Healthcare Companies
  • Medline, LED Talks Sponsor

    ​Mike Tawater, Medline, LED Talks Sponsor

    Mike Tawater
  • Cara Silletto

    Millennials and their Impact on Employee Turnover 

    Cara Silletto, a millennial herself, shares a new perspective on the millennial mindset, how to keep them happy, and management strategies for reducing avoidable employee turnover.

     

    Cara Silletto, president and chief retention officer, Crescendo Strategies
  • Renee Naylor

    Renee Naylor, Westcare Healthcare Management

    Renee discusses why she is attending the ID/DD Fly-in, while ​visiting Washington, D.C.

  • Anders Jensen at AHCA/NCAL Convention 2016

    Anders Jensen, Royal Danish Consulate General of New York, discusses his work with care providers and differences between Denmark and U.S. health care models.

  • Maureen Carland, Maine Veterans Home

    ​Maureen Carland, administrator at Maine Veterans Home, shares how they obtained the Gold Award.

  • Convention 2016 Rod Burkett

    ​Rod Burkett, CEO, Gardant Mgmt, discusses how to develop assisted living housing for all income levels.

  • Cindy Badeloo at AHCA/NCAL Annual Convention

    ​Cindy shares how the CMS final rule will affect providers.

  • Michelle Wincell O'Leary, Touchstone Mental Health

    ​Michelle Wincell O'Leary, Touchstone Mental Health, discusses their model for residents living with mental illnesses.

  • Nanci Wilson, Plum Healthcare Group

    Nanci Wilson talks about the changes in allowable levels of therapy the new rules mandate and how Plum Healthcare Group follows patients post-discharge to make sure that they are following a path that will bring them to the best outcome possible.

  • Lina Dureza, Gold Recipient

    Gold Award recipient, Lina Dureza from Hughes Health and Rehab shares how her work affects her residents.

  • Judi Kulus and MDS Section GG Rules

    ​Judi Kulus, American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination, shares the top 3 thing providers should keep in mind while implementing the MDS Section GG rules.

  • More from Lyn Bentley on Payroll-Based Journal

    ​Part 3: More from AHCA's Lyn Bentley on Payroll-Based Journal.

  • Lyn Bentley

    Lyn Bentley on Payroll Based Journal

    ​Part 2: Lyn Bentley answers questions on Payroll-Based Journal.

  • Lyn Bentley, Urvi Patel

    Lyn Bentley, Urvi Patel

    ​Part 1: Advice from AHCA on how to get started with CMS’ Payroll-Based Journal requirements, including how to register, where materials can be found, and where to go to for answers to questions.

  • Picking Up The Pieces

    ​​Cindi Halkola, Activity Director for The Chelsea at Brookfield, had to hit rock bottom job-, health-, and home-wise before she discovered her calling: bringing residents with dementia into the mainstream of life at her assisted living community.

    Cindi Halkola
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