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Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, poses the question, “should visitors who provide social support and encouragement for long-term care residents also be deemed essential workers?”
Mark Unruh, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences at Weill Cornell Medical College, explains how the performance of private equity owned nursing homes compared to those with other types of ownership during the…
Michael L Barnett, MD, MS, assistant professor of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and primary care physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, explains why testing turnaround needs to be prioritized and…
Courtney Harold Van Houtven, PhD, professor in the Department of Population Health Science, Duke University School of Medicine and Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, discusses her recent study and explains how individuals living in an expansion…

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Have you received the COVID-19 vaccine? Annals of Long-Term Care wants to hear about it! Tell us about the process of being scheduled for the vaccine and your experience in the days following vaccination.
Chris Caulfield, RN, NP-C, chief nursing officer, IntelyCare, discusses current shortages facing skilled nursing facilities (SNF) and how it compared to times before the pandemic, how SNFs are utilizing temporary staff, and offers tips on how short…
Paul Knight, OT, MBA, founder and chief product officer, Curatess, discusses the wide variety of telehealth offerings now available for long-term care facilities and explains the reimbursement process for those treating SNF patients via telehealth.
Chris Caulfield, RN, NP-C, co-founder and chief nursing officer, IntelyCare, discusses current issues facilities face in terms of staffing and how it compares to CMS requirements, and provides an outlook for the future of care based on these…
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