Compliance in 5 Steps

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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

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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

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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.

Communicating Safety

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CareSafely in Senior Living Executive

Letting prospects know that safety is a core value and spelling out the specific action steps a community is taking is no longer optional. But the task of communicating that your community is a safe place to live and work is difficult. How do you get the message across effectively?

Make Safety a Competitive Advantage

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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.

CARES Act & CareSafely

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Webinar | CareSafely and the CARES Act

The current approach to infection control management is too manual, too compartmentalized, too narrow in scope, and too slow. Strengthen your COVID-19 response and prepare for future pandemics by using CARES Act funds to digitize your entire infection control program.