According to a new survey, post-acute and long-term care leaders generally feel confident about their ability to keep up with technology at work. However, they don’t necessarily trust their supervisors to prepare them and other staff for future high-tech challenges. More than 92% of nursing home administrators and nurse managers surveyed said that they are personally either “ahead of the curve or average” regarding their high-tech skills and abilities. At the same time, however, 31% said that have just a little or no confidence in their supervisor’s ability to prepare them to handle tech innovations. According to the responses, nurse managers have more trust in their supervisor than administrators. Read the full article. Read the full article.