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LTPAC Budgeting Strategies for 2019

Posted by Liz Lane, CPA, Manager of Accounting Services on Nov 12, 2018 3:17:29 PM

For long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) providers, it’s already time to think ahead to the coming year. Specifically, it is budgeting season if your organization has a December fiscal year end. Budgeting is critical for purchasing decisions, and having an accurate budget is necessary when it comes time to analyze financial performance. Instead of just assuming the same performance from year to year, we recommend focusing on the areas below and adjusting your budget projections as necessary. 

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EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT – AN ORGANIZATIONAL-WIDE PRIORITY AND EFFORT

Posted by Reba Allison, BCP, Director of Human Resources on Oct 26, 2018 1:45:52 PM

Employee engagement is not a human resources thing, it is not a CEO thing, and it is not an administrative assistant thing. In a long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) organization, there should be a multitude of individuals that must become the “drivers” of cultivating sustainable change when it comes to employee engagement. 

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Employee Engagement Part III: A Necessary Foundation for Organizational Success

Posted by Reba Allison, BCP, Director of Human Resources on May 22, 2018 8:54:00 AM

This post is Part III in our Employee Engagement Series. Click here for Part I or here for Part II.

Click here for our helpful infographic on employee engagement stats and why they matter to your LTPAC organization.

Throughout your long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) organization, there should be individuals at every level driving employee engagement and cultivating sustainable change. 

Employee engagement is not a quick fix for any issues you may be facing. It takes time and effort and most importantly, it takes a commitment from all stakeholders, especially management. The change to an engaged workforce must be a deliberate, consistent, ongoing process that inherently becomes a way of doing things. 

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Building Employee Engagement Part II: The First Steps to Take in Your LTPAC Organization

Posted by Reba Allison, BCP, Director of Human Resources on Mar 19, 2018 9:50:52 AM

This post is Part II in our Employee Engagement Series. Click here for Part I.

Click here for our helpful infographic on employee engagement stats and why they matter to your LTPAC organization.

In order for employee engagement to grow within your long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) organization, employees need to know they are valued, have a voice, and are respected by their supervisor. These basic needs may sound simple to attain, yet many staff members may not feel this way. You can find out how your staff feels through something as simple as an employee survey.

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Building Employee Engagement Part I: Viewing it from an LTPAC Leadership Perspective 

Posted by Reba Allison, BCP, Director of Human Resources on Feb 19, 2018 9:48:12 AM

See our helpful infographic below on employee engagement stats and why they matter to your LTPAC organization.

Whether you work for a long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) organization that has two or 20,000 employees, there is a common thread that must run through every staff member in order for the organization to be successful: employee engagement. Employee engagement is the emotional connection an employee feels toward their organization.   

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Benefits of Hiring an SNFist

According to John Rossheim, “An SNFist is a primary-care physician who practices within the four walls of one or more nursing homes, as an employee or contractor. The SNFist sees nursing home patients — whether they are permanent residents or are in intermediate convalescent care — all day and develops a nuanced understanding of the potential and limitations of the SNF as a care setting. The SNFist is typically paid a salary or contracting fee by the nursing home and the nursing home collects reimbursement for physician services from public and private payers.”

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Topics: Clinical Consulting, Employee Engagement