New Publication Features State-By-State Rules on Arbitration in Long Term Care Facilities

A new publication released by OmniSure Consulting Group features a quick reference state-by-state guide to rules on arbitration agreements in long term care facilities.

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Reducing Risk through Arbitration Agreements

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) August 13, 2014

A new publication released by OmniSure Consulting Group features a quick reference state-by-state guide to rules on arbitration agreements in long term care facilities. Facility administrators will be able to determine where their state stands on the issue of arbitration and how that compares to other states across the nation. The publication also provides tips for successful execution and enhancing the enforceability of agreements.

“Arbitration is commonly used in commercial, labor management and international disputes and can also be a valuable tool in long term care facilities,” said Michelle Foster Earle, president of OmniSure Consulting Group. “However they are not without controversy. Facilities need not shy away from using them so long as they are balanced, optional and presented in an appropriate manner.”

The publication, Reducing Risk Through Arbitration Agreements in Long Term Care, is available exclusively on the OmniSure website http://www.OmniSure.com. The document can be downloaded from the Senior Living page within the Specialties section of the website.

About OmniSure Consulting Group:
OmniSure Consulting Group, based in Austin, Texas, is a privately held, highly specialized firm offering consultation and support in risk management and loss control. For more information, visit http://www.omnisure.com.

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