Principles of Long-term Health Care Administration
This essential text is organized according To The five domains of practice established by the NAB licensure: resident care, personnel, financial, environmental, and governance & management. In comprehensible language it presents the complex and highly regulated business of long-term care, including Medicare and Medicaid requirements relating To The physical plant; resident care; and glossaries of medical, financial and personnel terminology.
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Principles of Medical Care
Psychology of Resident Care
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