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Understanding the New Emergency Preparedness Requirements

The Emergency Preparedness Final Rule was released on Friday, September 16, 2016, effecting SNFs, Nursing Facilities and ICF/IIDs. This rule is not applicable to Assisted Living Providers. On June 2, 2017, CMS released the Emergency Preparedness Interpretive Guidance to understand the new rule. Although though the AHCA is in process of reviewing the interpretive guidance […]

Back to School: The Importance of Renters Insurance

With the start of the new school year inching closer, college students will be heading to new living accommodations on and off-campus. If you or your college student is living in off-campus housing, consider purchasing renters insurance to protect valuable personal property. As a tenant in rented property, you are responsible for any losses you […]

Protecting Your Identity While on Social Media

With the internet and social media more prevalent than ever, it is important to be aware of the affect the content you post to your accounts could have on your future. You never know who might see what you post which can put you at risk. Before your next post, think twice about the information […]

July 28, 2017 – Compliance Observer Alert – Senate Rejects Efforts to Repeal The ACA

July 28, 2017 Senate Rejects Efforts to Repeal The ACA OVERVIEW In the early morning hours of July 28, 2017, members of the U.S. Senate voted 49-51 to reject a “skinny” version of a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), called the Health Care Freedom Act (HCFA). This was the final […]

Healthy Recipe: Blueberry Pudding

July is National Blueberry Month. This fruit has many health benefits, including helping fight cancer and aiding in weight loss. This month’s recipe puts a spin on pudding by incorporating blueberries, adding extra nutrients and a vibrant color. Ingredients 1 cup coconut milk 1 cup kefir 3 avocados 1 cup blueberries 4 tbsp chia seeds […]

5 Tips to Discourage Property Vandalism

It may not be possible to completely protect business property from vandalism but there are many things property owners can do to discourage and force vandals to consider moving to an easier target. Below are five strategies that business owners can implement to help stop vandalism and costly claims: Leave the lights on in your […]

4 Hurricane Preparation Myths Debunked

Experts project that the 2017 hurricane season will be a bad one. With tropical storms already developing in the Gulf of Mexico, this foreshadows a long hurricane season ahead. It is important to be prepared for a hurricane and to educate yourself on the preparation process. There are a lot of hurricane preparation myths that […]

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