Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Occupancy and Revenue Gains from Culture Change in Nursing Homes

by Saher Selod

Long-term care communities are undergoing innovative changes in order to improve the quality of life of their residents. “Culture change” is an example of a new practice being implemented in many of the communities around the United States. One of the ways long-term care communities are changing is by moving from a “provider-directed” model (focusing on the institution) to a “person-centered” model where the residents are able to participate in the majority of their daily decisions.
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