In This Issue
The Falling Tree
In the midst of a fierce, Southern summer storm, I saw the old, gnarled oak tree. All around it, the other trees—the younger ones—had given up their leaves and limbs, bowed to the irresistible power of the wind, and now lay broken and scattered on the ground.
Long Term Care Contracts: Ten Rules To Avoid Catastrophe
Contracts are part of life for every business owner and every long term care provider. Most of our nursing facility and assisted living clients have dozens of contracts in effect at any given moment. And often we find they are signed without much thought or much review. If you are serious about your business, you will need to take a serious approach to understanding, negotiating and performing the contracts that are presented to you. Here’s a list of 10 things you should consider when someone hands you a contract.
Ken’s Quote of the Month
The old folks say, “Any moment can change your life for better or worse. The trick is simply in the seeing.”