The following article was published in the September 2020 issue of the New England Administrator, an online quarterly publication issued by District One of the American College of Healthcare Administrators (ACHCA). IT SHOULD NOT BE A SURPRISE TO ANY- ONE THAT NURSING HOMES AND THEIR RESIDENTS HAVE BEEN DEVASTATED BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. If ever … Continue reading What should nursing homes look like in a post-COVID world?
SCS’s initial efforts have been concentrated on processing and obtaining payment from MassHealth for unpaid claims for nursing facility services for the period of 1992 through 2002 under a successful lawsuit by Janine Boudreau Healthcare Consulting (JBHC), Inc. After 38 weeks of consecutive submissions, Phase I has come to a close and an intense collection … Continue reading Bulletin 94
Patients with complex medical conditions are welcome Robert Reini was on the mend from the pulmonary and leg embolisms—blood clots—that brought him to the Emerson Emergency Department and then the intensive care unit (ICU). Although Mr. Reini made progress, he needed to gain strength before heading home, and he needed treatment for his diabetes and … Continue reading Maynard man benefits from the Transitional Care Unit
Article by Scott Plumb When trying to peer into the crystal ball and predict the future of senior care over the next decade, I’m reminded of my favorite sticker on the back bumper of a car, usually driven by a man: I May Be Lost, But I’m Making Record Time!! It’s hard to predict exactly … Continue reading The Future of Senior Care: We May be Lost, but We’re Making Record Time!!