Important update: SimpleLTC will no longer support Internet Explorer 10 and below as of Feb 15, 2019

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Attention Customers: Effective Friday, Feb. 15, 2019, SimpleLTC will discontinue support of Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 and below. This is an important change that will allow us to maintain maximum security for all our users and their resident data. Here are a few reasons why this change is necessary: Failing to … Read More

Psychotropic Medication FAQ: Achieving a successful survey

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SimpleLTC Psychotropic Medication and Surveys Webinar FAQ

On Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018, SimpleLTC partnered with TeamHealth to offer one of our most highly anticipated webinars ever: Psychotropic Medication: Achieving a successful survey. During the webinar, industry experts Dr. Robert Figlerski and Ms. Elizabeth Borntrager discussed psychotropic medication, which continues to be a significant focus of CMS guidance … Read More

[On-demand webinar] Psychotropic medication: Achieving a successful survey

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Will your current psychotropic medication practices result in a successful survey? Psychotropic medication management continues to be a significant focus of CMS guidance and DOH Surveys. The role of the prescriber has shifted from prescribing medications to a more conservative approach of de-prescribing psychotropic medications where appropriate. Your facility’s effective … Read More

Weekends are now made for PBJ

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In its recent letter to State Survey directors, CMS announced an increased focus on nurse staffing levels and sharing of Payroll-Based Journal (PBJ) data with state survey agencies. States will be notified of underperforming facilities, for issues including: Facilities with “low” nurse staffing on weekends Facilities showing days without an on-site RN (possible … Read More