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Alzheimer’s disease and nursing homes

April 17, 2014

Health Affairs Vol. 33, No. 4 – Project HOPE

Identifies ways that policymakers can promote higher-quality care for nursing home residents living with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. The authors argue that policymakers must focus on concepts such as person-centered care, quality of care, and culture change. They cite the necessity of proper nursing home staffing — including staffing of certified nursing assistants — as well as higher training standards for nursing home workers.

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Contributing Authors
Gaugler, Joseph E., et al.
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