Let's Talk About 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. Download the 2-pager to take a closer look at safety in numbers.
10 Tips to Fight Data Breaches at Work
39% of cyber breaches last year were caused by employees. Educate your team with consistent policies and procedures to protect from costly attacks. By incorporating consistent training, your organization can drive down risk for expensive security threats. Download our tip sheet to learn more.
Five Strategies to Rebuild Trust & Profits in a Post-COVID Era
Long-term care (LTC) providers are held accountable for the care and safety of their residents, patients, and staff members. Residents and their families depend on your organization to have controlled measures that allow for seamless medical, physical, and psychosocial care.
Operating in an industry plagued with distrust, it is critical to have proven safety protocols and procedures. Providers can make safety a competitive advantage in five steps.
Reading time: 10 minutes
Intended for: Senior Leadership/C-Suite, Safety and Compliance Leaders, Legal and Regulatory, Director of Quality Assurance, VP, Regional Ops
Make Safety a Competitive Advantage
COVID-19 has broken the trust that seniors and their families place with senior care organizations (assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, hospice, and home health). The broken trust has negative implications on business performance, legal liability & regulatory scrutiny, staffing, and brand. Based on fact-based analysis and best practices from "safety-first" industries, this executive brief proposes five initiatives to make safety a competitive advantage.
Reading time: 10 minutes
Intended for: CEO, COO, CFO, VP of Quality/Compliance, General Counsel, Executive Director, VP of Sales/Marketing, Senior Living Investor, VP Resident Care, Board/Trustee
Leading Skilled Nursing Operator Uses CareSafely to Ensure Facility Standards
Creative Solutions in Healthcare (CSNHC) owns and operates skilled nursing and senior living facilities. Their phenomenal success is driven by its five core pillars of resident-respect service: compassionate care, nutritious meals, enriching lives, valued employees, and unparalleled cleanliness. Read the use case to learn about how CareSafely supports CSNHC facilities.