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This is where we interview and meet the leaders, innovators, and trendsetters in the nursing home industry. This is your go-to resource to gain practical solutions to everyday problems facing nursing home administrators.
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Nursing Home Communication
Despite the importance of quick and seamless communication in senior care, the industry is woefully behind in its technology adaptation.
Terry Wall, founder senior-care-centric communication platform Carefeed, explains how his company is innovating a space that's not known to be so innovative.
Taking Nursing Home Design to a Whole New Level
What if you could throw the progression of a patient’s Alzheimer's with just a change in lighting, or increase their quality of life with a few added design elements to a room.
Jean Makesh, CEO of the Lantern Group, holds that there is a difference between surviving and thriving and has made it his mission to design programs and buildings that allow residents to truly thrive!
Smart Hiring for Nursing Homes
Over the past few episodes we have examined how to maintain personnel, but what about hiring them?
Adam Lewis explains that in order to attract the healthcare job seekers of today, job postings need to read like advertisements that tell a story, rather than just a bland list of position requirements.
Buying Your First Nursing Home
You’re a young but experienced nursing home administrator who's ready to make a go of it and become an operator, but how do you acquire a facility?
Jeffrey Davis explains how to navigate the nursing home real estate market and find an economical deal with a partner willing to back them financially.
CNAs Care About Company Culture
While we have learned quite a bit on the show about the pressures CNAs have to endure and why so many of them leave for other professions, we have never actually heard from a CNA.
Quanisah Bernard gives us a first hand account of her experience as a CNA, why she ultimately left, and what made her stay at one special facility for fourteen years.
CNAs: Make Them Want To Stay
The growing CNA turnover rate continues to impact nursing homes nation-wide.
It has left facilities scrambling to the point of not even caring about the attitude or aptitude of potential CNA candidates, just as long as they are warm bodies who can fill a shift.
Aishling Dalton-Kelly states that this is exactly the reason CNAs are leaving and, in order to make them stay, facilities must strive to make them feel recognized and respected.
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