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Living with dignity: Cedar Lake’s new Intermediate Care Facility increases quality of life for adults with developmental disabilities.

By Sally McMahon In the spring of this year, Cedar Lake will build two four-bed ICF/IID (Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities) in the Sycamore Run neighborhood in Crestwood, Ky. These homes, the first of their kind in the state of Kentucky, will be the future of care and the new standard for

A mule or a racehorse: For improvement in patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, financial performance and work environment quality, go for the racehorse.

Every healthcare facility struggles to compete in the ever-changing delivery of care environment. It is now time that high performance healthcare facilities contribute to your success. Having healthcare facilities from the 1970s and earlier competing and trying to deliver efficient and productive services is like trying to win the Kentucky Derby while riding a mule.