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COVID-19 fueling surge of data, reporting demands

Documenting everything from finances to resident care is front and center in the efforts of long-term care administrators and operators this year. The reason? Infection control. Thanks to the pandemic, this area of operations is undergoing revolutionary changes, according to information technology executives.

FocusOn Briefs: Medication Management

Following the Food and Drug Administration’s emergency use approval of the nation’s first COVID-19 vaccines, Kaiser Family Foundation analyses have emerged showing which states and cities are in need of the most vaccines to target initial priority populations. States with the highest percentages of priority populations as a share of total adults included North Dakota,…

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New Enlivant CEO seeks to build on strong foundation

Dan Guill officially becomes CEO of Enlivant tomorrow. In this exclusive interview, he talks about his short-term and long-term goals, COVID-19 vaccination mandates, succession planning, the importance of company culture, and the role that outgoing CEO Jack Callison, who is becoming CEO of Sunrise Senior Living, will continue to play as chair of Enlivant’s board.

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Exclusive interview: CLC CEO discusses how the senior living industry needs to change

Jill Vitale-Aussem became president and CEO of Christian Living Communities in November after almost three years at The Eden Alternative, where she held the same titles. But she previously had spent approximately nine years with CLC, first as an executive director of a community and then as a vice president at Cappella Living Solutions, the consulting and management division of CLC. Vitale-Aussem recently shared with McKnight’s Senior Living her thoughts about the future of CLC and the future of the senior living industry.

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