Compliance in 5 Steps

carolinesholdenBlogsLeave a Comment

CareSafely Quality, Safety, Compliance in Five Steps

Shore up infection prevention and control compliance with 5 basic steps – drive down risks, liability, and expenses with an effective quality, safety, and compliance program. Download the free tip sheet.

Let’s Talk About Safety… In Numbers

carolinesholdenBlogsLeave a Comment

CareSafely 2-Pager | Safety in Numbers

Overcoming today’s very real business challenges for long-term care (LTC) organizations requires a strategic commitment to safety and quality management which can be an effective source of competitive advantage and brand differentiation.

5 Post-COVID Strategies to Help Rebuild Both Trust & Profits

carolinesholdenBlogsLeave a Comment

CareSafely Executive Brief | Five Strategies to Rebuild Trust

Long-term care providers are held accountable for the care and safety of their residents, patients, and staff members. As an industry plagued with distrust, it is critical to have proven protocols and procedures in place. Safety is a non-negotiable for families placing loved ones in your care.

Reducing Your Liability, Exposure, & Cost

carolinesholdenWebinarsLeave a Comment

CareSafely Quality, Safety, Compliance Platform | Legal Liability

Are liability-related costs are straining your bottom line and damaging your organization’s reputation in the market? Learn from a panel of legal, risk, and operations experts as they provide practical ways to manage liability risk in our free informative webinar.

Make Safety a Competitive Advantage

carolinesholdenArticlesLeave a Comment

Seniors Business Housing Article | Make Safety a Competitive Advantage

COVID-19 broke seniors’ trust, and successful communities must repair it. Running a seniors housing business is an inherently risky proposition. As an operator, you are trusted with caring for residents and patients with complex and persistent medical, physical and psychological conditions.

COVID-19 inspires ‘overdue’ infection control innovation

carolinesholdenArticlesLeave a Comment

McKnight's Article | Infection Control Innovation

History may come to see COVID-19 as the seminal event shaping infection control practices in healthcare. While the pandemic, so far, has spotlighted the ineffectiveness of current processes to assess, plan and manage infection control risks, there is also a bright side. The urgent need to keep residents, staff and visitors safe has inspired long-overdue innovation in proactively managing all infection control risks at nursing homes and other care sites.