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5 Questions to Ask Before Planning Risk Management Strategies in Long Term Care Facilities

What if every staff member was asked to define risk management? It’s likely that no two responses would match. It’s even possible that some responses would be incorrect. In all likelihood however, everyone questioned would agree that risk management is essential given the increasingly litigious environment of long term care. It’s important for every staff  Continue Reading »

Don’t Like What You See in the Mirror? There’s a Medi Spa for that.

You are now officially a baby boomer or an advanced generation X and you do not like a certain aspect of what you see in the mirror. Perhaps you are thinking about visiting a medical spa (medi spa for short) for help with your frown lines, age spots, facial hair and or visceral fat, etc. Trendy  Continue Reading »

Diabetes Epidemic Could “Super Size” the Need for Kidney Dialysis Facilities

Diabetes, specifically type 2 diabetes is growing at an alarming rate according to statistics published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (National Diabetes Statistics, 2011 – National Diabetes Information). The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has described type 2 diabetes as “the new epidemic in the American pediatric population.” There has been a  Continue Reading »