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Highlights of the Business Guide for Quality Improvement in Healthcare
Continuous quality improvement (CQI) is an idea that pushes all members of your organization to ask questions like, how are we doing?
Are You Eligible for Coverage Under FTCA?
FTCA protection is important for health centers by allowing them to focus time and money on the patient population they serve.
Identifying Risks and Prevention Strategies for Osteoporosis in Older Adults
While working with older patients, you must be able to identify risk factors for osteoporosis, the signs and symptoms of fracture, treatment options for osteoporosis and fall prevention strategies.
Top 5 Myths About Wound Care
Chronic wounds affect over 6.5 million individuals in the United States, but there are many misconceptions and myths about treating and identifying these wounds that prevent clinicians from providing the best possible care.
In Our Evolving PDPM/PDGM World, Could Adding a Specialty Be a Game Changer?
Adding a specialty to your repertoire in order to have more control, provide better outcomes, and work within the playbook you’ve been given will be the matter at hand.
Power to Heal: Best Practices in Pressure Injury Prevention and Wound Care
These best practices can help all staff work together to prevent pressure wounds and identify contributory problems and appropriate treatments as early as possible.
11 Steps to Implementing a DSP Peer Mentoring Program
A peer mentorship program for your DSPs is a great way to increase employee engagement and retention. Get started on a DSP peer mentoring program with these steps.
Adults with Autism: Supporting Quality of Life
For those individuals who need significant care and supports, the transition into adulthood often is full of unknowns. What kinds of supports does an adult with autism need?
Developing Managers and Millennials
As millennials are projected to compose 75% of the workforce by 2030, managing and retaining this generation is a topic of interest to most workplaces.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to recognize the importance of communities and families working together to, ....
New Regulations and Renewed Risks in Senior Care
Taking purposeful steps to train your staff on person-centered care will not only prevent abuse and neglect, but it will also position your organization for success as upcoming regulation changes begin to take effect.
Obstacles to Healthcare for People with IDD
Providing health care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities requires understanding multiple factors and numerous challenges.
Importance of Nutrition
In honor of National Nutrition Month, here are some recommendations from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that you can share with your community.
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