A symposium and new research are the anticipated outcomes of a new three-year corporate partnership announced by Argentum and real estate investment trust HCP on Wednesday.
Medication aides working in Tennessee assisted living communities will be able to administer controlled substances as of Jan. 1. The provision and others related to the work and training of medication aides were part of a bill signed into law by Gov. Bill Haslam on April 28.
Senior living operators are taking several approaches to minimize payment and outcomes-related risk, participants in a panel discussion told National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care CEO Robert Kramer during the March 11 closing session of the group’s 2016 Spring Investment Forum.
The Assisted Living Committee of AMDA-The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine recently surveyed members and arrived at three quality improvement priorities for the industry.
Argentum and software company OnShift have announced a three-year corporate partnership to develop data-driven research, resources and best practices to give senior living providers new tools and insights to improve their workforce strategies.