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Post-Acute4 Stories on Long-Term Care Oversight, Accountability
All eyes are on long-term care amid calls to hold facilities accountable for the care they provide.
Clinical CareGlen Cove Hospital Opens $11M Rehab Unit
The hospital's new rehab unit boasts an innovative Parkinson's disease rehab program.
Post-Acute5 Home Health Businesses Creating Accessibility Through Growth
November is National Home Care & Hospice Month, so here's a look at home health organizations who recently expanded services...
Post-AcuteAlzheimer's Association President Promoted to CEO
Dr. Joanne Pike's prior positions at the Association entailed long-term care initiatives focused on person-centered care and partnerships with healthcare...
Post-AcuteWhat Post-Acute Leaders Need to Know About Female Alzheimer's Patients and an Emerging Solution
New research explains why women are more likely to develop Alzheimer's.
Post-AcuteNursing Home Staffing Struggles Add to Health Disparity in Disadvantaged Communities
The significant difference in the staffing of clinical workers in disadvantaged areas can affect the quality of care residents receive.
Post-AcuteEven After Infectious Outbreaks, Such as COVID-19, Nursing Home Staffing May Never be Fully Replaced
Decline is most notable among certified nursing assistants.
Post-AcutePlease Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally: Mnemonic Training Found to Slow Cognitive Decline
A recent study compares mnemonic strategy and spaced retrieval thinking.
Human ResourcesAtrium Health Recognized for DEI Infrastructure
The system?s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts elevate its dedication to its mission.
Post-AcuteAging Seniors Prefer In-Home Care, but Most Have Not Prepared for It
New study shows serious lack of awareness and financial planning for at-home care programs by those 50 years or older.
Post-Acute3 Ways to Help Dementia Clients Maintain Their Dignity
Visiting Angels? Caregiver of the Year, Paula Perez, was recognized for her compassion in caring for her clients with dementia.