Across the United States, nursing homes and long-term care facilities provide compassionate healthcare for millions of individuals. These facilities have a duty to provide competent
Nursing homes and other long-term care facilities have a duty to provide their residents with safe accommodations and adequate, compassionate medical care. Seniors residing in
Infectious diseases represent a serious public health concern, accounting for thousands of deaths and billions of dollars in medical expenses each year. In healthcare facilities
As wintry conditions descend upon the United States, nursing homes across the country are preparing for the worst. Loss of electrical service to long-term care
The long-term healthcare industry is facing significant hurdles. Across the country, nursing homes are closing. Financial hardships among nursing homes as well as a growing
Millions of senior Americans receive medical treatment and care in residential nursing homes. By and large, nursing home residents are treated with compassion and dignity.
Nursing homes face significant challenges in both resident care delivery and regulatory compliance. A patchwork of local, state, and federal regulations governing nursing home operations
The primary role of nursing homes is to provide safe and competent care for residents. Delivering care to seniors is a challenging process in which