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The Nursing Home Podcast

Shmuel Septimus

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The nursing home administrator's best friend on the internet. Being an LNHA has never been easy. Covid has only made it even more challenging. Let's do this together🎗. This is where we interview and meet the leaders, innovators, and trendsetters in the nursing home industry. This is your go-to resource to gain practical solutions to everyday problems facing nursing home administrators. Questions/Comments? Email me - shmuel@snfmarketing.com
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What were the surprises you as a family member encountered preparing to enter long-term care? What needed to be done? What went right? What didn't? Hear about the transition for both a mother and daughter who have recently gone through the experience. If you experience difficulty listening to this podcast, please try another platform.
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Are bedsores always preventable? The impact of co-morbidities might surprise you. In this week’s episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk welcomes guest Andrew King to talk about the challenges of preventing pressure injuries and how unavoidability plays a role.Από τον Schenk Nursing Home Abuse Law
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Ever wondered who calls the shots in nursing homes? The governing body holds immense power. In this week’s episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk welcomes guest Michael Brusca to talk about the roles and responsibilities of the governing body in nursing home care.Από τον Schenk Nursing Home Abuse Law
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Can a closing argument make or break a nursing home case? The final words in court are crucial for justice. In this week’s episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk welcomes guest Xavier Carter to talk about effective strategies for closing arguments in nursing home cases.Από τον Schenk Nursing Home Abuse Law
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Are nursing homes really safe for your loved ones? Many residents face risks that family members can help prevent. In this week’s episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk welcomes guest Hannah Garrett to talk about how families can keep nursing home residents safe.Από τον Schenk Nursing Home Abuse Law
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Are nursing homes failing to prevent pressure injuries? Many residents suffer from these painful wounds due to neglect. In this week’s episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk welcomes guest Karen Bauer to talk about the causes, prevention, and treatment of pressure injuries in nursing homes.Από τον Schenk Nursing Home Abuse Law
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Why are nursing home residents of color getting worse care? Many face unequal treatment and neglect. In this week’s episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk welcomes guest Dr. McAdams-Jones to talk about the challenges and solutions for ensuring equal care for all residents.Από τον Schenk Nursing Home Abuse Law
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Crack the code to better healthcare! Ever wondered about pressure injury care? Uncover simple tips for effective wound management and empower your family to make informed healthcare decisions. In this week's episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk welcomes guest Dr. Tippett to talk about understanding the crucial role of staging in pressure…
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Unlocking the mystery behind Georgia Coroner investigations: Is the truth about a person's death always evident? Join us as we delve into the intricate process of determining the cause of death, exploring forensic examinations, legal procedures, and the role of the Coroner in safeguarding public health. In this week’s episode, nursing home abuse at…
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Unraveling the mystery of Aspiration Pneumonia in Nursing Homes! Curious about respiratory issues? Gain simple insights to protect your loved ones from this common health concern. In this week's episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk welcomes guest Dr. McAdams-Jones to talk about understanding and preventing Aspiration Pneumonia in nursing…
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Breaking the silence on dementia care: Are non-pharma interventions the missing link? Join us as we unravel the silent signals of holistic care in nursing homes, unveiling transformative strategies for those battling dementia. In this week’s episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk welcomes guest Dr. Kales to talk about pioneering non-pharma…
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Unlock the secrets of healthcare assessments! Ever wondered what MDS assessments really mean for your loved one in a nursing home? Discover simple tips on how to read MDS assessments, empowering families to make informed decisions about their loved one's care. In this week's episode, nursing home abuse attorney Rob Schenk discusses practical insigh…
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Timestamps (00:00:02) Introduction (00:01:01) Healthcare Risk Management Experience (00:02:18) Fair Housing Act Explanation (00:08:15) Prohibition of Disability Discrimination (00:15:57) Understanding Essential Requirements (00:23:15) Rules Around Common Accommodations (00:29:42) Risks & Fair Housing Marketing (00:34:55) Legalities for Assisted Liv…
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Sara Well spent 12 years as a critical care trauma nurse on the acute side. She watched again and again as her facility’s money was put into much less pressing issues than staffing and saw how it impacted not just care and quality outcomes but overall revenue. She saw how archaic many of the systems in place for staffing were, and with her tech bac…
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After returning from military service, Eric Alvarez got his start in academia before moving to healthcare and delving into startups. It was this time working with students that led him to the idea of Grapefruit Health. By the year 2026 healthcare will be short by 3.2 million healthcare workers. Eric states that many of the current solutions for thi…
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Erica has had 30 years of experience as a nursing home administrator and specializes in regulatory compliance. Her nonprofit senior living campus is so excellent at staffing retention that they have managed successfully to never bring in outside agencies. In today's senior care facilities, where administrators constantly struggle to keep staff from…
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Sam Gopinathan only got started in his field after the 2008 recession when he was forced to leave his job as a mechanical engineer. But Sam didn’t get into his current field by chance. After a life-changing experience of helping to provide relief to a community devastated by a natural disaster, he learned that establishing a connection is a fundame…
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Lindsay Mclaughlin is an expert multitasker! Managing to juggle running a successful full-time venture, teaching others to do the same, and being a working mom, she wears many hats. Her high-poweredness can be seen in the fact that she recorded this episode with us only a few days after the birth of her new baby! Despite going into nursing school, …
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Nebras Hayek’s incredible career in marketing throughout multiple industries is the result of her high-powered mindset and can-do attitude. Though she has worked in a number of interesting places, Nebras got into healthcare marketing partly through the connections she made while hosting events for various healthcare related groups. In addition to h…
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Having served as assistant administrator at a small facility with extensive experience in the senior care industry, Avi Richman understands the extreme challenges facilities face these days in staffing There is a constant fight over employees and many states cap admissions when a facility is only operating at very low levels of staff. Many faciliti…
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During her research into health disparities at John Hopkins, Athena witnessed the difficulties that aspiring healthcare workers who were underprivileged and financially insecure had in starting their career. Single parents who were already working paycheck to paycheck could not afford to put themself through a CNA training program. There is also th…
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As a clinical psychologist with over twelve years of experience in the senior living space, Dr. Jennifer Stelter has a lot of experience with dementia. Dr. Jennifer is critical of the idea that pharmacological methods are the only way to address mental health conditions and she strives to provide knowledge of non-pharmacological tools and coping sk…
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Having worked on the front lines with hundreds of nursing homes to develop effective infection control strategies, Dr. Buffy got a firsthand look at the way in which these facilities were targeted during the height of the pandemic. She was moved by the stories she heard and problems she observed, to write her best selling novel Broken which highlig…
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It's time for a mindset shift. Recruitment needs to be as important as census and marketing. You can even use some of the same resources and people to promote your recruitment activities. Go out to your local supermarket and stop anyone with scrubs and offer them an interview. Find out where else they're hanging out and develop a presence there on …
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Jennifer has been a practicing physiotherapist for 14 years, and shares about her experiences and what she has learned in this space, as a podcaster, author, and speaker. She served as her dad’s caregiver for many years while he was housebound and through this experience can empathize and understand the struggles of residents and their families. Mo…
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After the loss of his grandparent, who received terrible treatment in rehab after surgery, Ryan resolved to address some of the issues in post-acute care by buying a software company already active in that space and using his expertise to build it up. VoiceFriend addresses the problem of inefficient communication faced in facilities where the many …
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Jana has represented many healthcare clients and serves as the outside general counsel for a large healthcare entity. The False Claims Act was created to address fraud being perpetrated against the government. To free up government time and resources, private individuals referred to as relators were permitted to bring those suits. Relators have to …
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Fast and efficient communication is vital in senior care, and may often be the difference between life or death. Even disregarding such dire medical circumstances, a typical facility must constantly interface with numerous parties including residents, their families, employees, and external vendors at all times. Needless to say, without adequate me…
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Georgia personal care homes provide personal services, like help with activities of daily living, to residents. Personal care homes are allowed to maintain “memory care units,” housing persons with cognitive impairments. However, these units must meet heightened safety requirements. Learn more about memory care units in Georgia personal care homes …
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Personal care homes in Georgia are a licensed facility that are allowed to provide assistance with activities of daily living, some assistance with medications, and oversight of social services. Personal care homes are different from nursing homes because personal care homes cannot provide nursing or medical services of any kind. This week on the p…
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Whether due to advanced age, medication, or chronic illness, residents of nursing homes have a greater tendency to fall than the greater population. This does not mean that falls are a foregone conclusion. In this episode, we discuss five ways to prevent nursing home falls.
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As an occupational therapist with an MBA who has, at one point, been responsible for 120 facilities at one time, Jean is an expert in both the care and business sides of senior care. With his groundbreaking new designs and programs conceived to influence the lives, thought processes and social engagement of residents, he has become recognized as an…
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All nursing home residents, or their personal representative, have the right to review the chart. The chart contains everything from vitals, physician’s orders, and care plans. But that’s not all. In this episode, we discuss what document categories are contained in a nursing home chart, what role each plays in care, and what to look out for.…
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Residents and resident representatives are allowed to take part in the care and treatment provided by the nursing home. Participation requires being informed. Under the law, nursing homes must provide necessary information at a resident’s request. In this episode, we discuss nursing home documents that residents have a right to see.…
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A typical nursing home neglect lawsuit is filed against several entities. All responsible parties are named, including management companies, license holders, involved owners, and employees. How are each of these defendants responsible for injuries? In this episode, we discuss who you can sue for nursing home neglect and why.…
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Adam Lewis is the CEO of Apploi, a hiring software company centered around healthcare. With a background in HR, he has spent lots of time working with healthcare companies to identify and remove roadblocks in their job application processes. Two of the largest problems often encountered in healthcare recruiting are: how to attract more candidates i…
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Jeffrey is the founder and CEO of Cambridge Realty Capital, a real estate company centered around the nursing and senior care market that has made over 500 transactions in that space. From his own experience, he states that those looking to make their first nursing home real estate deal and become an operator often possess experience in the industr…
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How many feet can a resident’s room be from the nurse’s station? Where do handrails need to be installed? Federal and Georgia law answer these questions. In this episode, we discuss Georgia nursing home building requirements, otherwise known as “physical plant standards,” and what they mean for the residents' well-being.…
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Quanisah Bernard is a talented and experienced CNA and, with more than fourteen years of the profession under her belt, has a deep knowledge of the ins and outs of CNA culture. After graduating from high-school in 2006 she started working at a nursing home in the dietary department. Soon after, she took a month-long CNA class which kicked off her j…
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Together with running her own CNA education program and separate home-care company, Aishling has a lot of experience with the types of people who become CNAs and the career paths they hope to lead. The difficulty of the tasks that the average CNA faces everyday cannot be minimized and many take on this job without even realizing how grueling it rea…
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Activities of daily living in nursing homes include grooming, bathing, toileting, transferring, and mobility. Each resident must be assessed on the level of self-care involved for each, and if necessary, how many persons are required to perform the activities. This week on the podcast, we discuss activities of daily living in nursing homes and the …
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Federal law states that a resident who is continent of bowel or bladder receive necessary services and assistance to maintain continence, unless it is not clinically possible. But what are the necessary services? How are the services to be assessed? In this episode, we discuss how nursing homes can be liable for injuries arising from improper conti…
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As a long-term care employment litigator, Richard has represented nursing homes and senior care facilities across the country. Litigations can come in a plethora of different forms, yet they all share the same effect of draining resources and time as well as disrupting workflow. Richard states that in order to decrease the likelihood of litigations…
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Under Federal guidelines, an avoidable accident at a nursing home means that the facility failed to identify a hazard and assess the resident’s specific risk to that hazard, eliminate the hazard or implement interventions to reduce the likelihood of problems, or monitor the effectiveness of those interventions. This week on the podcast, we discuss …
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