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Values and long-term care

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Published by LexingtonBooks in Lexington, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Long-term care of the sick -- Decision making -- Congresses.,
  • Values -- Testing -- Mathematical models -- Congresses.,
  • Social values -- Testing -- Mathematical models -- Congresses.,
  • Health status indicators -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Robert L. Kane, Rosalie A. Kane.
    ContributionsKane, Robert L., 1940-, Kane, Rosalie A., Rand Corporation., California Center for Health Services Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA644.5 .V34
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 292 p. ;
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3785311M
    ISBN 10066904685X
    LC Control Number81047581

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    Improving the Quality of Long-Term Care takes a comprehensive look at the quality of care and quality of life in long-term care, including nursing homes, home health agencies, residential care facilities, family members and a variety of others. This book describes the current state of long-term care, identifying problem areas and offering.   Quality Long-Term Care Veterans Health Administration In addition, the Long Term Care Advisory Council, composed of currently-accredited long term care organizations that represent a cross-section of the field, meets on a regular basis to discuss ongoing issues and potential future improvements to the accreditation process.

    New models of care based on the people that matter most, namely patients, families, carers and communities, are essential for designing 21st century health care. To do this, there has to be a greater understanding of how people define the value of health care and how this should be fundamental to care . Real People Real Problems: An Evaluation of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Programs of the Older Americans Act Get This Book MyNAP members save 10% online. Login or Register to save!


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This book describes a step-by-step plan called The Value System which is a holistic approach to assessing and meeting the needs of each subsystem in the long-term care environment including the resident, the family, the care providers and the administration.5/5(1).

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Life story books. McKeown and colleagues ( p. ) defined life story work (LSW) as “a term given to biographical approaches in health and social care settings that gives people time to share their memories and talk about their life experiences”. LSB, also called life books, can consist of photographs, written accounts in people’s own words, materials relating to a person’s life Cited by: Drawing upon an individual's needs, values, and expectations to guide decisionmaking and care giving is integral to long-term care (LTC).

Articles in this issue demonstrate that client values and preferences can be elicited and used to guide decisionmaking about by: The description, long-term care, is used with a variety of meanings.

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2 hours ago  Just days before the very first COVID case was confirmed in Oklahoma, KFOR spoke with a long-term care provider that was taking precautionary steps on their own to help combat the virus.

Value-based health service. Porter [], one of the initiators of value-based care, defines value in terms of the “health outcomes achieved per dollar spent.”Thus, value-based care constitutes health services that create added value by focusing on how the service is organized, performed and paid for in relation to the outcomes achieved in terms of, for instance, patients’ health and.

for Long-Term Care because it brings a rich new resource to nurses and health professionals who care for chronically ill and older adults in long-term care settings. This book fi lls a long exist ing gap in the literature, providing information relevant to every day com-plex situations requiring team building, leadership, change man.

Principles of Long-Term Health Care Administration: Medicine & Health Science Books @   The value of long-term care insurance is generating a fierce debate on whether it belongs in an investment/retirement portfolio. LTCi products have endured a rough history, with early policies sold in the s plagued by poor pricing models.

In long term care, as in other endeavors, values are the foundation upon which rests all that we do, think, believe, and accomplish. They represent our most deep and basic beliefs. When we live according to our values, those values help guide the choices that we make in life. They become a major driving force behind our actions and identity.

Understanding Value-Based Healthcare is a succinct, interestingly written primer on the core issues involved in maximizing the efficacy and outcomes of medical care when cost is a factor in the decision-making process. Written by internationally recognized experts on value-based healthcare, this timely book delivers practical and clinically focused guidance on one of the most debated topics in Reviews: ©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Book Notes | 1 June Values and Long-Term Care.

Value-preference measurement and quality of life in the long-term care of the elderly are examined. The problems of weighting the various outcomes of care and the available resources are also discussed.

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The New York Times reported on July 30 that nursing homes and long-term care facilities had accounted for just 8% of COVID cases in the. Long-Term Care an Essential Element of Healthcare Reform December This chart book was commissioned by The SCAN Foundation and prepared by Avalere Health.

Introduction The health and long-term care needs of the elderly and disabled are linked closely to the entire healthcare. The core nursing values essential include human dignity, integrity, autonomy, altruism, and social justice and the caring professional nurse integrates these values in clinical practice.

The Integrated values ensure that the legacy of caring behavior embodied by nurses is. In this book, we use “long-term care” to mean regular assistance with medical care (nursing, medicating, and physical therapy) or personal needs (eating, dressing, bathing, and moving around) provided by someone outside an older person’s family.

Roles and Functions of Occupational Therapy in Long-Term Care: Occupational Therapy and Activity Programs. You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, updated, or cited in the literature.

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Adopted as a reference for the national licensing examination prepared by the National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Boards, this book covers the full continuum of long-term care.