Will your COVID-19 documentation protect your facility

Document, document, document - a phrase that is familiar in the senior living industry and many other healthcare arenas. During the COVID-19 pandemic, documentation is critical in order to provide a historical timeline of the facility's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many facilities may be at risk for lawsuits and CMS Infection Control Focused Surveys in the future, and the documentation process for providing a historical timeline of each facility's individual response is key.

COVID-19 Documentation whitepaper 5-14-20

Responding to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As news headlines about the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease continue to increase, so has concern over its potential to affect employee welfare, disrupt global supply chains and slow business operations. Gallagher's experts are here to support you in the development and implementation of risk management policies and procedures during a pandemic.

Responding to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Care Plans: Is your facility going in the right direction?

It seems that long-term care providers are struggling to stay the course in developing thorough, comprehensive, "person-Centered Care" plans. Amid all the numerous regulatory changes, nursing and rehabilitation facilities are attempting to find a balance between shifting the care model while also maintaining regulatory compliance.

Person Centered Care Plans

ALF and SCALF Residents: Appropriate vs. Inappropriate?

Assisted Living, Specialty Care Assisted Living, Memory Care Facility, Resident Care Homes - whatever title they go by, each state has its own set of rules and regulations for these care facilities. The criteria for admission and retention for any of these centers will vary depending on the state in which you live. The State of Alabama is no exception; it has its own set of rules and regulations; especially when it comes to admission and retention of a resident into one of its Assisted Living Facilities (ALF) and Specialty Care Assisted Livings (SCALF).

Inappropriate Residents in ALF and SCALF Whitepaper

Is my Staffing Adequate?

Will I be able to cover this shift next week? Is the weekend coverage in place? These are questions every person working in the Senior Living industry has asked. Staffing has become one of the biggest challenges encountered in the senior housing industry. Proper staffing is not only integral to the day-to-day mission and operations of providing quality care to residents, but also crucial to meeting the ever-increasing staffing-targeted regulations.

Senior Living Staff Whitepaper