Long-Term Care: Resources for emergency preparedness and everyday communication
Long‐term care facilities offer a high level of care on a 24‐hour basis, so you have many of the same continuity‐of‐operations needs as a traditional hospital — with the unique responsibility of caring for long-term residents. Your administrators and staff need fast, flexible communication options to manage continuous changes in operational and patient needs as well as keep residents aware and informed as severe weather and other emergent events unfold.
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Take this short self-assessment to identify the next steps you need to take to achieve readiness for the CMS emergency preparedness rule. We’ll email your results and suggest resources you can use based on your current level of emergency preparedness.
Learn how you can keep staffing levels up despite unplanned absences, support an aging workforce, stay accountable to residents and their families, and retain high-quality employees with clinical communication and collaboration solutions.
Three communication challenges and solutions specific to skilled nursing and long-term care nursing homes to improve staff and residents’ well-being.
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Nursing home emergency preparedness for severe weather includes challenges such as sheltering in place, planning for power, and collaborating with community partners.
Find out about the CMS emergency preparedness rule for long-term (LTC) facilities, including nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and more.
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