As a new year looms, we’re reminded of a pattern that becomes pretty familiar in long-term care if you’ve already seen enough calendar pages disappear.
I’ve written on topics ranging far and wide across the long-term care spectrum. But I’m pretty sure this will be my first foray into the world of fake butt accusations.
Other than a few sports teams, I’m not a big cat fan. Never have been. Grew up with dogs and that suited me just fine.
The holidays are here, and that means it’s time for the second-best advertising season of the year. Yes, I know it’s all consumerism designed to make me spend my hard-earned money, but I can’t help...
I’ll say this for Congress: Its members sure know a thing or two about aesthetics.
CMS officials have delivered an early gift to help providers like you map out where they should focus their compliance efforts — not just for 2024, but for 2025 as well.
There was a lot of real wisdom for long-term care operators being shared during the fall shows. The advice was not only overwhelmingly accurate, but also remarkably relevant and beneficial.
I’d like to announce that the folks who run Medicare Advantage plans will be shaking in their boots soon, fearful of what authorities are going to do to them.
The news last week that new unemployment filings climbed to their highest level in three months could be very good news indeed for the skilled nursing sector.
It’s easy to take what we have here for granted. This is a land of unmatched freedom and opportunity. Not that it’s always crimson and clover. For example, consider what skilled care providers are...
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