Welcome Michele Whitney, MBA, director of finance & administration, to the Guardian Pharmacy of Maine family!
In this guide, discover polypharmacy’s causes, effects on residents, the financial burdens on operators, and steps to mitigate excessive medication use.
In this guide, you will learn how by standardizing processes, providing ongoing staff education and training and using the latest technology, assisted living leaders and staff can identify and catch errors before they happen, minimizing resident and community risk.
Substance Use Disorder in Senior Living: 5 Strategies to Empower Staff to Care for Residents at Risk
Substance use disorder (SUD) among older adults is one of the fastest-growing health concerns in the U.S. As the number of seniors with opioid and SUD continues to increase in assisted living, operators must consider their capacity to manage issues related to SUD and expand access to appropriate care within their community. This guide will
CFO David Morris shares how he and CEO Fred Burke work to keep inflation and labor woes from throttling the provider of medications to assisted-living centers.
As a new era of care for ALs begins, ensuring residents embrace your partner pharmacy is one of the best solutions to help increase staff retention, safety, efficiency and coordination of care.
Join us virtually through Zoom Webinar on Thursday, May 12, 2021 from 11:00am to 2:45pm EST and Friday, May 13, 2021 from 11:00am to 2:45pm EST for 3 hours each day of continuing education for nurses, administrators, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. Use code GUARDIAN for complimentary registration. REGISTER HERE
Every day assisted living communities are confronting the challenges of a resident population ever increasing in average age and care needs while simultaneously facing dire staffing issues and its consequences on delivering optimal care.
How Long-Term Care Communities Can Preserve Medication Access for Residents During a Natural Disaster Evacuation
A record 22 natural disasters struck the United States last year and long-term care (LTC) communities cannot treat this threat lightly.
We are excited to announce our Spring Clinical Symposium will take place on May 6-7, 2021.