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Nurses Hold Actions Across Country Demanding Wall Street Transaction Tax

Jeff Jones - Saturday, September 17, 2011

Nurses link increasing poverty to health problems, demand Wall St. tax as way of funding solutions

Communication with the Delegating Nurse

Wayne Griffin - Monday, August 29, 2011
Delegating to unlicensed personnel with in the assisted living environment is becoming more challenging. The challenge as i see it surrounds one work communication. The lines of communication between the assisted living facility (ALF) and the Registered Nurse / Delegating Nurse (RN/DN) in today's environment have to be open and clear.  

Survival of Assisted Living Facilities

Wayne Griffin - Sunday, November 28, 2010
Working with owners of assisted living facilities in this environment has had its challengers. Especially with the implementation of the new COMAR regulation and facilities struggling to stay afloat while the weight of increasing cost threatens to push the facility under.

How can facilities survive may come down to facilities pooling their resources together rather than tiring to stand alone with an every man for themselves type of mind set. Smaller facilities pooling together to form a larger entity capable of providing improved services at any level might make survival easier.

Similar to a continuing care retirement community, a group of facilities would work together and specialize in either level 1, 2, or level 3. all working together to keep each other full and providing an environment which specializes in working with that population of resident.

With many facilities pulling together it may be possible to share in caregiver insurance packages.  This type of insurance package might work to help workers stay longer and keep them a bit happier knowing that they have insurance to look after themselves and family in the event someone becomes sick.

Owning an Assisted Living Facility

Wayne Griffin - Sunday, November 28, 2010
Working with owners of assisted living facilities in this environment has had its challengers. Especially with the implementation of the new COMAR regulation and facilities struggling to stay afloat while the weight of increasing cost threatens to push the facility under.

How can facilities survive may come down to facilities pooling their resources together rather than tiring to stand alone with an every man for themselves type of mind set. Smaller facilities pooling together to form a larger entity capable of providing improved services at any level might make survival easier.

Similar to a continuing care retirement community, a group of facilities would work together and specialize in either level 1, 2, or level 3. all working together to keep each other full and providing an environment which specializes in working with that population of resident.

With many facilities pulling together it may be possible to share in caregiver insurance packages.  This type of insurance package might work to help workers stay longer and keep them a bit happier knowing that they have insurance to look after themselves and family in the event someone becomes sick.

Survival of Assisted Living Facilities

Wayne Griffin - Sunday, November 28, 2010
Working with owners of assisted living facilities in this environment has had its challengers. Especially with the implementation of the new COMAR regulation and facilities struggling to stay afloat while the weight of increasing cost threatens to push the facility under.

How can facilities survive may come down to facilities pooling their resources together rather than trying to stand alone with an every man for themselves type of mind set. Smaller facilities pooling together to form a larger entity capable of providing improved services at any level might make survival easier.

Similar to a continuing care retirement community, a group of facilities would work together and specialize in either level 1, 2, or level 3. all working together to keep each other full and providing an environment which specializes in working with that population of resident.

With many facilities pulling together it may be possible to share in caregiver insurance packages.  This type of insurance package might work to help workers stay longer and keep them a bit happier knowing that they have insurance to look after themselves and family in the event someone becomes sick.

Welcome to my Blog!

Jeff Jones - Sunday, August 22, 2010

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