We need to give this emerging virus the respect and response it deserves. But let’s also try to keep things in perspective.
The number of coronavirus cases nationwide surged past the 100 mark Tuesday, while contributing to at least a half dozen deaths. Federal officials are urging calm as industry groups scramble to give members useful advice and information.
More assisted living operators are harnessing electronic health record systems and participating in health information exchanges, a report backed by the National Center for Health Statistics has found.
A simple blood test might soon be all that’s needed to confirm Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia.
COVID-19 is a coronavirus that has made more than 87,000 people sick worldwide. The elderly are most likely to die from the virus. So it’s hardly a surprise that many senior living and care operators are on a state of high alert.
A bill that would impose staffing ratios, additional staff training and new financial reporting requirements for Georgia assisted living communities quickly sailed through the House of Representatives. The measure now heads to the Senate.