Nursing

Centered Health Reviews Teen Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment

Crystal meth, or methamphetamine, is a popular street drug among teenagers that can quickly lead to addiction. This central nervous system stimulant with a structure similar to that of amphetamines is very addictive and extremely dangerous. Methamphetamine is known for its ability to produce a relatively rapid and severe form of substance addiction. In fact,

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Mark Berger – Memory Care at Villa Healthcare

Memory care is a specialized type of care, tailored for the unique needs of individuals with a medical diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or other recognized forms of dementia. The memory care services offered at Villa Healthcare, a leading provider of post-hospital care, include a secure unit with staff trained to understand the needs of people

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Ephraim Zagelbaum’s CONFERENCES 2018

The Top Ten Conferences You or Your Staff Need to Attend in 2018 ● NASL 2018 Winter Legislative & Regulatory Conference February 5-7 Washington, DC The National Association for the Support of Long Term Care (NASL) is a trade association that represents the legislative and regulatory interests of many different companies and supplies. This conference

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EHR adoption and interoperability among skilled nursing facilities in 2016

The use of electronic health records (EHR) can facilitate the exchange of patient health information during transitions ofcare between acute-care and skilled nursing facilities. Long-term care and post-acute care (LTPAC) providers, includingskilled nursing facilities (SNFs), were not eligible to participate in the Medicare and Medicaid Incentive Programs.However, LTPAC providers are increasingly reported as major exchange

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3 Ways Technology Improves Nursing

Nurses on the front lines of healthcare need all the tools they can get to help streamline care and reduce fatigue. Increasingly, remote and digital technologies help to shoulder that load, allowing nurses to provide more proactive care to their patients and better coordinate care with doctors. This critical bridge between communication and care can

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