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Next steps for achieving person-centered care in nursing homes

September 9, 2014

JAMDA Vol. 15, Issue 9 – Elsevier

Examines the growing prevalence of person-centered care in nursing homes, and discusses how that momentum can be maintained throughout the U.S. long-term care system. The authors highlight a newly developed toolkit for evaluating person-centeredness in nursing homes, but note that person-centered care “is not evidenced by completed toolkit worksheets; rather, it should be demonstrated by observable changes in daily care practice.”

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Contributing Authors
Simmons, Sandra F., and Anna N. Rahman
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