Adding Value to Long-Term Care: An Administrator's Guide to Improving Staff Performance, Patient Experience, and Financial Health

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Wiley, Jun 8, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 384 pages
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Sponsored by Elder Clinical Resources, LLC

Written for health care administrators, medical directors, nursing executives, architects, and facility planners, Adding Value to Long-Term Care is a comprehensive resource that provides the tools and information needed to improve the clinical environment for residents, staff, and families; strengthen overall business operations; and secure a facility's financial future. This essential book and companion diskette are filled with a wealth of down-to-earth advice, helpful checklists, and easily reproducible forms-tools for effective business and clinical planning.

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Contents

Resolution and Growth at the End of Life
38
THE TOOLS THAT BEGIN THE PROCESS
65
The Patient Assessment
72
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DIANNE LAZER is the clinical director of Elder Clinical Resources, LLC, (a privately owned consulting firm dedicated to improving the quality of life for long-term care residents) and a speech-language pathologist working in private practice. Elder Clinical Resources, LLC, can be found at www.elderclinical.com. TOBI L. SCHWARTZ-CASSELL, a freelance writer, editor, and designer, is the director of publications at Elder Clinical Resources, LLC. She is a former Cable TV talk show host and news anchor and reporter for WWDB-FM in Philadelphia.

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