Grachek: ACHCA changed its name from "Nursing Home Administrators
" to "Health Care Administrators
" back in 1982 to expand its scope to all long-term and post-acute care administrators
have some responsibility to protect the public fisc; and
Interviews with physician executives, non-MD administrators
and front-line clinicians yield remarkably similar lists.
Using IP phones in District 230 schools allow administrators
or nurses to directly dial 911, saving valuable seconds in case of a medical emergency, Walery explains.
As some storage administrators
learned the hard way, when an organization uses a single multiswitch fabric for multiple SAN applications, any disruption in one part of the fabric can impair the entire network.
Both surveys reported the same median age, showing that roughly 30 percent of administrators
are ages 41 to 50.
Even when they're not keeping their borders sealed so tight, college administrators
have been adopting harsh measures in response to unapproved student behavior.
, the chore can be even more difficult--a tenuous endeavor that pits their political and moral opinions as educators against their fiduciary responsibilities to their institutions overall.
falsified proficiency test results and course grades and changed records to improve students' class rank and grade-point average, he said.
State tax administrators
and taxpayers increasingly rely on managed self-audits and managed compliance agreements to streamline sales and use tax compliance and administrative functions.
The success or failure of the planning process hinges on administrators
first answering several critical questions.
You want administrators
who tell you what matters and what are the essentials of coaching in their department.