An astounding 49% of seniors do not trust senior care safety. Rebuilding that trust will require a robust Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) function and leaders to manage the program.
COVID-19 has shaken the trust in infection control and safety that seniors and their families place with senior care organizations like yours. 49% of seniors don’t trust safety at senior care organizations according to a recent survey. This broken trust is having a major impact on census, staff morale, and relations with residents and their loved ones.
Over 55 criminal and civil lawsuits have been filed against LTC directors and executives related to COVID-19 incidents. Could you be next? Join us for an informative webinar with an LTC-expert defense attorney who will brief you on the lawsuits and how you can protect yourself from personal liability while also protecting your organization.
COVID risk management is critical for long-term care facilities. Over 540,000 people associated with 21,000 long term care facilities have been infected with COVID-19. Unfortunately, another leading vaccine candidate in stage-3 clinical trial is on hold because of a patient illness. COVID will be a challenge for long-term care facilities for years.
CareSafely CEO Raj Shah discusses the role of technology in helping seniors and employees stay safe at skilled nursing and senior living facilities. Raj discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the daily lives of seniors and their caregivers and how digital technologies can improve safety and infection control programs.
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