Culture Change in Elder Care (Kobo eBook)

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“…a particularly valuable resource for healthcare management and quality improvement professionals and students who are the successors of the culture change legacy.” —Michael James Lepore, Ph.D., Director of Quality, Research & Evaluation (Planetree), Adjunct Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy & Practice (Brown University)“This book is the definitive collection of experience and competence… It is a must read for boards, owners, policy makers, professionals—and even consumers—to finally create the kind of nursing home that is worthy of public trust and support.” —Larry Minnix, President and CEO, LeadingAgeDiscover the essential benefits of approaching elder care in a more person-centered way and be a part of changing the culture of long-term care! The first book in the series Leading Principles and Practices in Elder Care, this state-of-the-art exploration of current efforts to revolutionize elder care in America features contributions from acclaimed innovators who have championed the “culture change” movement. Highlighting the key principles of person-directed care, this resource gives you the tools and arguments for starting or continuing your organization’s own transformative journey.

Product Details
ISBN-13: 9781938870217
Publisher: Health Professions Press, Inc.
Publication Date: June 16th, 2014