Posts about Post-Acute Care
Training Your Memory Care Staff – Q&A with Teepa Snow
During our How to Optimize Your Memory Care Using a Positive Approach webinar, presenter Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA, received, ....
Q&A on the ROP Phase 3 Infection Preventionist Requirement
We received several questions during our Critical Role of Infection Preventionist in LTC webinar with PDI and McKesson, and the, ....
Are You Really a Wizard? Assessing for Real Competency
Assessments don’t have to be confusing or require some sort of magical key to decode. Discover the most important factors to look for in good competency assessments.
Your Healthy Outlook Can Promote Resilience and Recovery in Older Adults
Because the health, behavioral, and social parts of life overlap more as one ages, those caring for or serving older adults can make a difference by providing support that considers the whole person.
Dual Payoff of Physical Activity and Exercise: Manage Diabetes and Reduce Heart Disease Risk
When you are advising people, always stress the importance of individually appropriate exercise programs in achieving and maintaining optimal health.
Why You Should Invest in Closing Your Wound Care Liability Gaps
When it comes to pressure injuries, diabetic wounds, and venous wounds, investing in expertise up front can help you avoid spending time and money on legal proceedings after the fact when wounds go wrong.
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?
Your PDPM Questions Answered – Part 6: Putting It All Together
Ron Orth, RN, CHC, CMAC answers questions from part six of our six part PDPM webinar series, Putting It All Together.
Top Questions About PDGM’s Impact on Billing & Finance Answered
See the answers to the most frequently asked billing and finance questions regarding the Patient Driven Groupings Model.
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.
Your PDPM Questions Answered – Part 5: Assessment Requirements
Ron Orth, RN, CHC, CMAC, answers questions from part five of our six part PDPM webinar series, Assessment Requirements.
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.
How to Improve LGBTQ Older Adults’ Experience in Healthcare
Older people who identify as LGBTQ are at an intersection of geriatric care and LGBTQ health needs. This population is less likely to receive regular health benefits, as only 22% of LGBTQ older adults can be honest about their identity with their caregivers.
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