Maintenance and Operations - June 2022
The best time to start winterizing sidewalks and parking lots is during the summer.
The good news is total employment within the continuing care retirement communities and assisted living sectors inched up in recent months.
A slew of negative publicity has forced senior care facilities to make sweeping changes to how they operate.
United States makes up 33.8 percent of the global surgical gloves market.
The hospital linen supply market is expected to reach $21.3 million by 2030.
Ice melt manufacturers help facilities managers choose which product meets the needs of their operations.
The is the fourth “A” grade that the medical center has received from the Leapfrog Group.
As COVID-19 cases increase again, healthcare facilities workers are once again feeling the strain of weakened operations and limited staff.
73 percent of providers are concerned about having to close their facilities over staffing woes.
Staffing challenges are negatively impacting the patient discharge process.
Ice melts and snow removal manufacturers discuss common misconceptions that surround these products.
U.S. senators asked the Government Accountability Office to conduct a comprehensive study into the persisting barriers that Americans with disabilities of all backgrounds experience in accessing healthcare.
The report assesses the potential impact on access to care and health equity.
The new organization will have a combined footprint across Illinois, Wisconsin, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama.
Senior care facilities are working to upgrade their operations to appease residents and staff.
Advisory lays out recommendations for healthcare organizations and facilities to address worker burnout and ensure their well-being.
Iowa county cites rising COVID cases and staffing shortages for limited services.