The Continuum of Long-term Care: An Integrated Systems Approach
Delmar Publishers, 1996 - Continuum of care - 445 pages
This vital text offers a conceptual frame-work for creating an ideal integrated continuum of care, as well as concrete information about the components for the continuum as they exist today.-- provides a conceptual frame work for the continuum of care and concrete information about the components of the continuum as they exist today-- enables administrators to gain insights about how to design and develop a comprehensive, integrated system of patient care for the future-- provides administrators with the basics of each component of the continuum of care to manage patient flow effectively despite the current fragmentation of long-term care services
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