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Senior Care Policy Briefing: Concerning patterns in hospice care

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The Senior Care Policy Briefing covers important long-term care issues by highlighting policy updates, news reports, and academic research. Topics in this edition include:

  • Medicaid Fraud Control Unit cases resulted in 1,327 convictions for fraud, abuse, or neglect in 2022.
  • Patients left in unnecessary pain […]

Senior Care Policy Briefing: ‘Another record quarter…’

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The Senior Care Policy Briefing covers important long-term care issues by highlighting policy updates, news reports, and academic research. Topics in this edition include:

  • The Ensign Group reports another record quarter.
  • NY lawsuits revealing allegations of millions of siphoned profits.
  • An OIG report […]

LTCCC Alert: Dangerous Antipsychotic Drugging Persists Despite Federal Partnership

Contact: Richard Mollot, richard@ltccc.org, 212-385-0356

December 20, 2022 More than one million people live in US nursing homes and each week, one in five of them are given dangerous antipsychotic (AP) drugs. In most cases these drugs are administered without clinical justification. In 2012, the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services […]

Fall 2022 LTC Journal

The LTC Journal covers important long-term care issues by highlighting policy updates, news reports, and academic research. Topics in this edition include:

  • New federal guidance for nursing home surveyors to strengthen safety and accountability.
  • LTCCC’s Q1 2022 staffing report showing nursing home staff turnover at 53.3%.
  • A report detailing how real estate […]

What Does Good Care Look Like for People Living with Dementia? (Webinar)

Recording of LTCCC’s Oct. 18 webinar, “What Does Good Care Look Like for People Living with Dementia?” ft. Dr. Jonathan Evans. Video and slides available at https://nursinghome411.org/webinar-dementia-care/.

NursingHome411 Podcast
NursingHome411 Podcast
What Does Good Care Look Like for People Living with Dementia? (Webinar)
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2022-10-18T16:06:10-04:00

Webinar: What Does Good Care Look Like for People Living with Dementia?

Presenter: Dr. Jonathan Evans

PowerPoint Slides (PDF) Dementia Care Advocacy Toolkit NursingHome411 Podcast

Summer 2022 LTC Journal

The LTC Journal covers important long-term care issues by highlighting policy updates, news reports, and academic research. Topics in this edition include:

  • Unsafe antipsychotic alternatives on the rise.
  • Louisiana nursing home owner arrested for felony fraud and cruelty.
  • RN staffing levels down 12% in 2021.
  • Infection control compromised during pandemic.

A Campaign Sedated: Dangerous Antipsychotic Drugging Persists Despite Federal Initiative (Webinar)

The following is a recording from LTCCC’s June 22 webinar, “A Campaign Sedated: Dangerous Antipsychotic Drugging Persists Despite Federal Initiative,” featuring Richard Mollot (LTCCC) and Tony Chicotel (CANHR). For video and slides, visit https://nursinghome411.org/webinar-ap-drugs/.

NursingHome411 Podcast
NursingHome411 Podcast
A Campaign Sedated: Dangerous Antipsychotic Drugging Persists Despite Federal Initiative (Webinar)
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2022-06-23T16:03:49-04:00

Webinar: A Campaign Sedated: Dangerous Antipsychotic Drugging Persists Despite Federal Initiative

Presenters: Richard Mollot (LTCCC) and Tony Chicotel (CANHR)

PowerPoint Slides (PDF) Dementia Care Advocacy Toolkit AP Drugging Data

Spring 2022 LTC Journal

The Spring LTC Journal is here! The LTC Journal covers important long-term care issues by highlighting policy updates, news reports, and academic research. Topics in this edition include:

  • Important White House nursing home initiatives.
  • Insights and recommendations for direct care minimum spending laws.
  • NY Department of Health’s […]

What Does Good Care Look Like for People Living with Dementia?

Program: What Does Good Care Look Like for People Living with Dementia?
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 1pm (ET)
Register: https://bit.ly/webinar-dementia
Presenter: Dr. Jonathan Evans

Note: Video and other webinar materials will be available after the program at https://nursinghome411.org/webinar-dementia-care.

2022-09-13T10:52:55-04:00, |

A Campaign Sedated: Dangerous Antipsychotic Drugging Persists Despite Federal Initiative

Program: A Campaign Sedated: Dangerous Antipsychotic Drugging Persists Despite Federal Initiative
Date: Tuesday, June 21, 1pm (ET).
Register: https://bit.ly/ap-drugs-2022

2022-05-18T11:45:01-04:00, |

A Matter of Justice: Racism as a Fundamental Cause of Long-Term-Care Inequities (Webinar)

The following is a recording from LTCCC’s March 15 webinar, “A Matter of Justice: Racism as a Fundamental Cause of LTC Inequities,” featuring Dr. Shekinah Fashaw-Walters. For video and slides, visit https://nursinghome411.org/webinar-ltc-inequity/.

NursingHome411 Podcast
NursingHome411 Podcast
A Matter of Justice: Racism as a Fundamental Cause of Long-Term-Care Inequities (Webinar)
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2022-03-15T16:18:23-04:00

Alert: Nearly 1 in 5 NY Residents Receive Antipsychotic Drugs

Click to download user-friendly data on AP drugging rates for NY nursing homes in Q2 2021.

February 23, 2022 – Inappropriate antipsychotic (AP) drugging is a pervasive problem in nursing homes across New York State, with nearly one in five residents receiving AP drugs, most without clinical justification. Too often, these […]

Webinar: Arming Your Advocacy: Leveraging LTCCC’s Resources to Promote Resident-Centered Care

Presenters: Richard Mollot (LTCCC Executive Director) and Eric Goldwein (LTCCC Policy & Communications Director).

PowerPoint Slides (PDF)

LTCCC Alert: Latest Data Indicate Dangerous Antipsychotic Drugging is Rampant in Nursing Homes

The following is an alert for the Q2 2021 Antipsychotic Drugging Rates. To access the data, click here.

January 11, 2022

Webinar: Broken Promises: An Assessment of Federal Data on Nursing Home Oversight

Presenter: Eric Goldwein, LTCCC

PowerPoint Slides (PDF) Broken Promises: An Assessment of Nursing Home Oversight LTCCC’s Recommendations to improve enforcement

Arming Your Advocacy: Leveraging LTCCC’s Resources to Promote Resident-Centered Care

The best advocate is an informed advocate. In this webinar (Tuesday January 18, 2022 at 1pm ET), we will show you how to use LTCCC’s free resources including the NursingHome411 Learning Center, the Dementia Care & Antipsychotic Drugging Advocacy Toolkit, the Abuse, Neglect, and Crime Reporting Center, and our staffing data, to promote resident-centered care.

Register: […]

2021-12-28T11:15:21-05:00, |
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