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"Change has been a fact of life in the long term care profession -- particularly the nursing homes profession -- for the past two decades," writes Robert Deane in the Introduction to the 1995 Yearbook. "The changes in payment policies, survey and certification procedures, resident assessment techniques, and patient coverage/eligibility rules are almost too numerous to list." But by the mid-1990s, the changes facing the industry make the pace of previous changes pale in comparison.
Nursing Home Statistical Yearbook is an annual compendium of statistics on the nursing home industry, drawing on data from the Health Care Financing Administration -- the governmental agency that administers Medicaid. Following brief introductory essays, the book consists of extensive data tables that provide detailed information, organized by state, on nursing home residents, rehabilitation programs in nursing homes, and nursing home facilities.
Topics include: Resident Acuity · Resident ADL Characteristics · Other Resident Characteristics · Survey Deficiencies · Facility Characteristics · Staffing Information
About the Author:
C. McKeen Cowles is head of the Cowles Research Group, Inc., in Tacoma, Washington.
Title: Nursing Home Statistical Yearbook, 1995
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Publication Date: 1995
Book Condition: Good
Book Description The Johns Hopkins University Press. PAPERBACK. Condition: Very Good. 0801853788 Crisp, clean, unread paperback with light shelfwear to the covers and a publisher's mark to one edge - Nice!. Seller Inventory # Z0801853788Z2