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Security in Elder Care Facilities

July 22, 2014

Facilities for seniors have some unique security challenges. Residents require protection along with the care and comfort they are ...

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Illinois State Regulations for Assisted Living Facilities

July 17, 2014

Owners of an assisted living facility that houses 17 or more unrelated individuals in Illinois must be licensed by ...

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Establishing Web Presence for Elder Care Facilities

July 15, 2014

When we want to know something, we automatically do a Web search. It is quick, convenient, and provides current ...

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Risk Management for Adult Day Care Facilities

July 10, 2014

Many families are keeping senior members at home rather than choosing an assisted living or other residential health facility. ...

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Risk Management for Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals

July 8, 2014

There are over four hundred long-term acute care hospitals (LTACH) in the United States that house critically ill patients. ...

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Risk Management for Healthcare Clinics

July 3, 2014

Since healthcare clinics treat a wide variety of conditions, including asthma, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and hypertension, it is imperative ...

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Managing the Unique Risks of Hospice Care

July 1, 2014

Volunteers are a necessity in a successful hospice program. With this realization, Federal regulations actually require a specific level ...

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Home Health Care Risk Management Part 2 – Risk Associated with Home Health Care

June 26, 2014

Home health care provides some unique challenges for those working in this environment. Not only are many of the ...

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Home Health Care Risk Management Part 1 – The Growth of Home Health Care

June 24, 2014

Home health care is defined as skilled nursing care and certain other health care services that you get in ...

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Risk Management for Healthcare Staffing Agencies

June 19, 2014

Healthcare staffing agencies employ physicians, nurses, medical technicians, and healthcare professionals to work as contractors. Some major liability issues ...

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