There are a myriad of challenges facing the post-acute and long-term care community in the wake of the pandemic. The only way to even begin to solve these problems is to give clinicians a seat at the table and give leaders the skills they need to lead effectively.
In this episode of Netsmart CareThreads, Dr. Michael Wasserman, Past President of the California Association of Long-Term Care Medicine (CALTCM), shares his recommendations for improving the quality and financial viability of long-term care.
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