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Preparation Amidst Devastation

Written by Jessica

Tragedy has an odd relentless power of putting things into perspective for us. Even just a small graze of a tragic event flourishes all kinds of emotions. We feel relief the damage wasn’t bigger, sadness for us and those affected, scared it will happen again, and stronger being able to say we overcame it. Amidst all these emotions we can’t help but begin to wonder, could I have been more prepared

5 Tips From Our CEO Anne To Better Our New Year

Written by Anne

As we enter a new year, let’s think about ways in which we can improve the well being of ourselves as well as those who surround us. 1. Be fair and do the right thing. Situations at work or at home get tough at times, but we have to remember to listen to all sides before we make our judgement or act on the situation. It is not always what it seems. After giving the situation some thought, the

The Optimistic Future of Healthcare Consultancy in Los Angeles

Written by Jessica

Can you think of an industry that is more complex and challenging to follow than Healthcare? I’m sure there are the exceptions but working in healthcare is no walk in the park. It is the responsibility of providers, patients, lawmakers, and industry leaders to follow through in crafting the ideal healthcare we long to receive and deliver. But what happens when the industry falls short on improvi

Are you ready for Phase 3?

Written by Anne

Believe it or not, we found quite a few places who are not ready for Phase 3. They're not even ready for Phase 2! Scary, I know. Breaks my heart! There are still nursing facilities out there struggling to balance everything as we speak and not have time to ensure their policies and procedures, or their systems are in line with the new requirements. Some smaller stand alone companies may not h

Let's make POC/QAPI development a little easier for you

Written by Anne

We know how it feels when receiving a 2567! That's every good DON and Administrator's nightmare. We've been in this industry for many years, and believe us when we say, "no one ever gets used to a receiving a deficiency or citation". For some who has been doing well, it's a pain in the neck to have to make one out when you've been doing great with 0 deficiencies for a while! I don't even have t