After the recent Affordable Care Act healthcare reform, where should your organization go from here? Read S...
You Might Also Like
These are the top five technology trends senior care operators are embracing to drive their organizations forward in 2021.
Employee turnover in skilled nursing and senior living soared to more than 100% in many facilities. These tips can help you better engage senior care workers and cut turnover rates.
Next-generation time clocks are transforming long-term care's employee management practices and advancing key goals in several ways.
10 female business leaders offer authentic advice and growth strategies tailored to the tech industry. | SmartLinx Marina Aslanyan
Industry leaders from four senior care companies share Strategies to Outlast the COVID-19 Pandemic in this McKnight's Power Panel.
Nurse scheduling software purpose-built for senior care facilities surpasses big name, one-size-fits-all systems in seven key ways. |SmartLinx
Five-Star Ratings affect the revenue and reputation of skilled nursing facilities throughout the U.S. But achieving and keeping good ratings can seem elusive. See how technology can help. |SmartLinx
Recent studies show the power digital transformation technologies, like workforce management, have improve the quality of care and life of seniors in long-term care facilities. | SmartLinx
Long-term care facilities battle a hidden crisis--lack of staffing. A new take on diversity and inclusion practices can boost staffing levels and employee retention. | SmartLinx
Next-generation time clocks fast forward business goals by stopping germs at the door while reducing costs and better engaging employees. |SmartLinx
Learn how to promote quality care, protect residents and staff from infection, and control costs in this webinar produced by Senior Housing News. SmartLinx SME Slava Zeif explores top staffing challe
Employers must understand different implications when choose whether to defer employee certain payroll taxes from Sept. to Dec. 31, 2020.
Compliance practices can increase revenue and decrease costs for post-acute care and long-term care operators | SmartLinx
As COVID-19 creates a new norm in long-term care, post-acute care, and senior living, staffing has become a top challenge. See how operators are these challenges to protect residents & staff.
In July 2020, the IRS introduced these changes to the Affordable Care Act that affect how employers report health coverage.
COVID-19 is changing life for residents and employees in senior living, long-term care, and post-acute care facilities. Operators are evolving workforce practices better care for both.
How you can use technology to make employees and residents happier and achieve business goals in the process.