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By Peggy Morrison, Fred Sebastian, 03/27/2018
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly one-half of all nonfatal injuries from occupational assaults and violent acts occurred in healthcare and social services settings. Whether working in a skilled or assisted living facility, healthcare providers often face residents and family members who lose...
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By Kim Robson, 02/23/2018
A Government Accountability Office (GAO) Report released in January found that a review of half of the 48 states providing Medicaid assisted living services were unable to provide information related to critical resident incidents. This has resulted in a recommendation that Centers for Medicare & Medicaid...
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By Clete Richardson, 02/16/2018
Misplacing a cell phone is an easy thing to do but did you know that a smartphone can contain enough computing power to store the equivalent of 5,000 five-drawer filing cabinets worth of data? If a cell phone containing PHI (protected health information) is lost, it needs to be treated as a data breach. Even the...
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By Peggy Morrison, 12/11/2017
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced late in November that long-term care providers will be given 18 months to adapt to some of the new requirements for participation without facing penalties. When the interpretive guidance for Phase 2 of the new rules were released over the summer,...
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By George Gravenstine, 12/05/2017
1. Shortage of qualified workers Construction has been on the rise for the past few years and is expected to continue to grow in 2017. 70% of contractors say that they are having a challenging time finding qualified workers or professionals to fill these growing positions they will face in 2017. Companies have...
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