Rebuild Broken Trust in Safety

Strengthen Infection Control, Safety, & Compliance

49% of seniors do not trust safety in senior care. Rebuild that trust with a robust safety and infection control program. CareSafely enables you to:

  • Amplify safety commitment to future residents and families.
  • Build a “culture of safety” across the organization.
  • Protect residents and staff with a systematic safety and quality improvement process.
  • Safeguard the company’s brand and market reputation.
  • Identify and address risky behaviors early.
  • Limit regulatory and legal liability risk.

Watch the Webinar | COVID-19: You Could Be Sued with Criminal Negligence & Civil Damages

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.

Executive Brief: 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.

Estimated Read 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