1. LeadingAge Coronavirus Spotlights

    ... for assisted living, independent living, and skilled nursing April 7, 2020: David Smart on how COVID-19 affects ... Michael Soccio on the Economics and Benefits of a Large Home Care/Hospice Program June 24, 2020: Julie Thorson and ... making a new type of decisions in the face of legal and regulatory liability; and why leaders must ask the right ...

    04, 2020
  2. Quantifying Social Accountability

    ... be measured, particularly with respect to matters close to home, says Mike Wallace, managing director of BrownFlynn, a ... they are subject to verification and potential adverse regulatory or legal consequences if they are inaccurate. Even ... and colleges train in various areas of our organization (nursing, dietary, activities, administration, social ...

    13, 2015
    David Tobenkin
  3. Functional Assessment and Activity Monitoring Technology: A Primer and Provider Selection Guide

    ... as emergency room visits, prescriptions, inpatient, and home health services. 23  Average annual health care costs are much higher for older adults who need nursing home care than for those who live independently ... new? Are there any issues related to privacy/security, regulatory, reimbursement/payment, and competitive landscape ...

    30, 2015
  4. Safety Technology for Long-Term and Post-Acute Care: A Primer and Provider Selection Guide

    ... Peace of Mind              4.5    Improved Regulatory Compliance              4.6    Improved ... to five days. The average rate of patients discharged to home increased from 46.8% to 63.6% over two years. Before ... with assisted living care, as opposed to skilled nursing care. These findings show a rising number of ...

    02, 2018
  5. Shared Care Planning and Coordination for Long-Term and Post-Acute Care: A Primer and Provider Selection Guide

    ... The ability to communicate with, and educate, patients at home is an important feature for care management. Technology ... longer, giving them independence and saving them potential nursing home costs of $30,000 per person. These initial ... Client/Resident/Patient/User/Self Family   Legal and Regulatory Requirements: Of course legal and regulatory ...

    04, 2016
  6. Technology and Telehealth

    ... with chronic conditions living independently but helped by home health clinicians. Also, promote the use of synchronous audio-video telehealth in skilled nursing homes and assisted living communities. Create an ... want to be sure it was inclusive of both legislative and regulatory flexibilities. Reimbursement for home health ...

    27, 2021
  7. How Better Direct Care Jobs Can Benefit Everyone

    ... and is likely to remain so if current demographic, regulatory and financial trends are maintained. Labor ... in-depth analysis of the position of direct-care workers—home care aides, CNAs in nursing homes, and family caregivers—in long-term services ...

    16, 2017
    Gene Mitchell
  8. LeadingAge Need to Know: 1.24.22

    ... Term Care Association (OLTCA), Canada Joseph Musgrave, Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI), Ireland To register, ... Shannon Davis for the Zoom link and passcode. Reporting on Nursing Home Infection Control Provider Relief Fund Join us ... Laura Hofmann, director of clinical and nursing facility regulatory services from LeadingAge Washington, who will ...

    24, 2022
  9. Life Plan Communities

    ... where independent living, assisted living, memory care and nursing home care can be found on the same campus.  Many include ... and federal level, identify opportunities to improve the regulatory environment for LPCs that seek to diversify their ...

    28, 2021
  10. Life Plan Communities

    ... independent living, assisted living, memory care, and nursing home care are found on the same campus. Many include home ... Regulator Waivers : We advocate that CMS continue 1135 regulatory waivers to allow providers the flexibility to ...

    17, 2020