Nursing Home Business Operations
Operators of nursing homes must ensure that take every feasible measure to operate a safe and efficient business to protect themselves and their employees threats due to increasing business competition and litigation. The Nursing Home Law Center is committed to helping the owners, operators and others involved in the management of nursing homes thrive in todays evolving environment.
Below, you will find more detailed information for your business:Financing
This section will give you guidance about what parts of your business you should consider seeking financing measures and when it should be avoided.Employee Safety
Taking steps to prevent employee injuries is important to your bottom line as well as ensuring staff morale. Discover the simple steps that will keep your staff safe.Insurance
The insurance needs of nursing home are considerably different from those of other businesses. Learn about what types of insurance your operation needs in order to operate efficiently and reduce costs.Marketing
Marketing a skilled nursing facility is essential to help keep occupancy numbers high. Learn about traditional and emerging forms of marketing-and what works and does not.Regulations
Federal and State agencies regulate nursing homes. Learn about these regulations and how these impact your daily operations.Staffing
The efficient operation of a nursing facility is dependent on the staff caring for patients. Learn how to hire, train and retain key members of your team.