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Investing in Skilled Nursing - The Basics

I just finished a two-day non-deal roadshow.  Princeton, Philly, and Boston.  Now headed south for a property tour of a couple buildings we have under contract.   1,106 more words

Skilled Nursing

Reign supreme over soiled day with Reina

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For all trainess and practitioners and lives and die in stinky poo of everyone’s else “ecch”.
CNA/LVN/RN

Calling all “Helloooooo Nurse”

Come what may. When you suit up with Reina you own the day. 34 more words

Nursing Scrubs

Feeling Anxious

09-18-15

It’s almost time for bed as I type this, and tomorrow I go back to work.  I haven’t worked since my 40th week of pregnancy.   528 more words

Prolapse

The Reluctant Caregiver: Picking Your Parent’s Nursing Home

Many years ago, I bought my mom a gag gift.  It was a crafty sign that hangs on the wall that reads, “Be Kind to Your Children, they Pick Your Nursing Home.” 867 more words

Aging

Patient Function and Readmissions- Looking at the whole picture

My wife and I often joke I should carry around a small card to hand to people when they ask what kind of doctor I am.   623 more words

Healthcare Policy

Bundled Payments' Disruptive Effects Detailed

http://www.healthleadersmedia.com/content/HEP-318510/Bundled-Payments-Disruptive-Effects-Detailed

Mandatory bundled payments for hip and knee surgeries would shutter one in four skilled nursing facilities and trigger “demand destruction in areas such as diagnostic testing, hospital stays, and avoidable readmissions,” says a former CMS official.

The Differences Between Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living Facilities

When a loved one starts having difficulty performing everyday tasks such as getting dressed and running errands, experiences accidents such as slips and falls, or has a chronic condition such as Alzheimer’s or dementia, it could be time to consider a senior living community for him or her. 367 more words