The Royal Megansett Nursing Home is located in scenic North Falmouth, Massachusetts, overlooking Megansett Harbor and Buzzard’s Bay. The facility is rated five stars and boasts 28 private rooms with third floor apartments for assisted living residents. Some of the many programs the facility offers are: 24/7 nursing care, short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, cardiac care, […]
Success Story: Conquering C-Diff: How One Facility Lowered Facility-Acquired C-Diff Infections
Liberty Commons at Broadreach Health is located in the picturesque town of North Chatham, Massachusetts. Known as a “Community of Care on Cape Cod,” Liberty Commons is a rehabilitation and skilled care center with short-term inpatient programs and an outpatient rehabilitation clinic. Services offered include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language pathology and aquatics. […]
First Ever RI Behavioral Health Summit Finds Gaps & Solutions
Read our Behavioral Health White Paper A Behavioral Health Summit White Paper: Informed by feedback collected from summit participants in real-time throughout the day, this paper identifies gaps to help inform policy, funding changes, and offer recommendations for local and state leadership. Almost 300 people from across the health care continuum, stakeholder organizations, and critical […]
2019 Patient Safety Forum: Accelerating All Performance Improvement
The Massachusetts Coalition for the Prevention of Medical Errors and Healthcentric Advisors invite you to join us on April 3rd for the 2019 Patient Safety Forum where we’ll explore critical success factors for accelerating performance improvement. Hear from providers who have achieved a 58% reduction in harm events, 55% increased event reporting, and sustained staff […]
Skilled Nursing Facilities Solutions Tour, First Stop? New Hampshire!
Snow didn’t stop our team of experts from getting to New Hampshire for the first stop of our Skilled Nursing Facilities: Solutions for the Current Climate tour. The room was packed for the session, thanks to our friends at the New Hampshire Health Care Association, who brought folks together from all over the state. We […]
Healthcentric Advisors Heads North to Support Rural Practices with Medicare Quality Payment Program
Rural communities are more likely to be medically underserved than urban ones according to the National Rural Health Association. Our team in Maine supports the most rural state in the country—where more than 60% of the state’s population live in rural areas. But being close to the northern-most point of Maine wasn’t too far for […]
Join us in RI for our Behavioral Health Summit 2018
Continuing Education Credits Available – See Below This unique gathering will offer providers, clinicians, and community service workers an opportunity to learn, discuss, network, and find solutions to a challenging statewide issue. To support a collaborative approach to patient care, medical and behavioral providers will make important connections to better serve this vulnerable population. Our […]
Healthcentric Advisors Receives 2018 Rising Tide Award for Patient Safety Work in Maine
Patient safety is a cornerstone of the work we do at Healthcentric Advisors. Which is why we’re honored to receive the 2018 Rising Tide Award for our patient safety work in Maine from the Muskie School of Public Service at the University of Southern Maine. From left to right: Amy Bennett, Danielle Hersey, John Keimig, […]
Healthcentric Advisors Selected as Masshealth Technical Assistance Vendor
Woburn, MA – Healthcentric Advisors is excited to announce selection as a Technical Assistance Vendor as a part of the MassHealth Delivery System Reform Incentive Payments (DSRIP) Technical Assistance (TA) Program and the MA DSRIP TA Marketplace.
Success Story: Massachusetts Nursing Home Exceeds Fall Reduction Goal Through Quality Improvement Project
Staff from the Nursing and Recreation Departments at Apple Valley Center, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center located in Massachusetts, were focused on improving their residents’ quality of life and sought to reduce the incidence of falls and falls with injury in their facility. As a first step, the Center’s Nurse Executive Director had monthly […]
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