Post-AcuteFocus on Caregiver Engagement When Starting Your Home Care Business
Learn what an Assisting Hands franchise owner did to improve an isolated workforce.
Post-AcuteQ&A: Home Health, Home Care Testimony Urges Congress to Act on Solutions for Sector Struggles
'Goal No. 1 is to get CMS to step back, exercise their authority, and say we don't have to institute...
Post-AcuteRound-Up: No Silver Lining for Staffing Mandates
The proposed federal mandate has been largely opposed, and state mandates haven't fared much better.
Post-AcuteHow Private Duty Leaders Can Retain Caregivers
The COO of Caring Senior Service shares how incentivizing career development has been a successful way to keep caregivers from...
Post-AcuteNew York SNF Organization Combats Workforce Crisis Expanding CNA, LPN, Home Health Aide Training
Students are paid for the time they spend training and getting hands-on experience in Loretto facilities.
Post-AcuteWhat CMS' Minimum Staffing Standards Proposed Rule Means for SNFs
The proposed staffing minimum exceeds the existing standards in most states.
Post-AcuteForeign Healthcare Workers Can Aid but Not Solve Workforce Crisis
Improving pay and working conditions will go further in staffing home healthcare, expert says.
Post-AcuteGloucester County, New Jersey Tackles Workforce Crisis Offering Free CNA, LPN Training
The county partnered with Rowan College of South Jersey and Rowan University for the grant-funded training program.
Post-AcuteFacing the Future with San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living's New CEO, Adrienne Green, MD
'I'm not sure if what future generations are going to need in terms of senior care is the same as...
Post-AcuteExclusive: CMS Study Sabotages Efforts to Bolster Nursing Home Staffing, Advocates Say
Already, the administration is six months behind its self-imposed deadline of February to propose new rules.
Post-AcuteCultural Competence: Non-English-Speaking Home Health Patients Benefit from Same-Language Nurses—Part 2
When working with patients from different ethnic backgrounds, it's important that nurses be culturally competent.
Post-AcuteCultural Competence: Non-English-Speaking Home Health Patients Benefit from Same-Language Nurses-Part 1
Beyond interpreters, bilingual or nurses that speak the same language as patients can foster better health outcomes.