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“Rather than dismissing the fears and concerns of our staff, we need to find ways of addressing the staff where they are,” says Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD. “These concerns cannot be mandated away but…
The president has proposed a massive infusion of federal funding for home- and community-based health services that advocates say will go a long way toward helping individuals and families.

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“Rather than dismissing the fears and concerns of our staff, we need to find ways of addressing the staff where they are,” says Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD. “These concerns cannot be mandated away but must be addressed with empathy, education, and…
Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, discusses why long-term care facilities may not be able to decrease the number of staff in response to an increased wage following a decreased census since the pandemic.
James “JJ” Maskowitz, partner at Hall Booth Smith, PC, says, proper documentation “is often the backbone of any defense strategy in a long-term care setting, and it is even more critical now amid the public health emergency.”
Neva L. Crogan, PhD, ARNP, GNP-BC, ACHPN, FAAN, fellow, Western Institute of Nursing, and professor, Department of Nursing, Gonzaga University, discusses how a group of nursing home administrators, nurses, social workers, and others interested in…

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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…
Ronald J. Shumacher, MD, FACP, CMD, chief medical officer for Optum Care Services, discusses a recent study that looked specifically at inpatient utilization or hospitalization rates, transfers to the emergency department, and skilled nursing use…
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