The home care industry is witnessing unprecedented growth, fueled by an aging population, the increased prevalence of chronic diseases, and a consumer preference for receiving care in the comfort of their own homes over institutional settings. This trend is not limited to elder care; over the next 2-3 years, we expect a diversification of demographics seeking home care services, particularly among individuals with chronic conditions.
The healthcare industry, particularly in the realms of home health care and hospice, is undergoing a significant transformation. Remote roles have surged in popularity among job seekers, highlighting a pivotal change in how care services are delivered and coordinated.
The labor shortage in the post-acute care sector is a pressing issue. By understanding the root causes and implementing strategic solutions, including the effective use of specialized recruiters, the industry can begin to mitigate these challenges.
The integration of behavioral health care into skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) is an increasingly vital aspect of modern senior living. This article explores the challenges and opportunities this presents, the impact on patient care, and strategies for effectively incorporating these services.
The costs of losing top clinical and cultural carriers in senior living and care settings run high. But by diagnosing turnover drivers and applying tailored organizational interventions, providers can build the stable, thriving workforces.
The senior care industry in 2024 confronts significant hiring challenges, amplified by the aging baby boomer population. This surge in demand strains the already limited applicant pool for crucial frontline roles.
The industry, already navigating the complexities of a changing demographic landscape and increasing demand for quality care, faces new challenges in an evolving economic climate.
The role of nurse leaders is pivotal. Their leadership not only shapes the quality of care provided to residents but also influences the overall well-being of the healthcare teams they guide.
The senior living industry is witnessing occupancy levels on a rebound. A recent survey underscores this optimism
Hiring managers face the dual challenge of ensuring quality care while keeping an eye on budgets and administrative efficiency. Here are some strategies that can help.