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The right person at the right time: Ensuring person-centered care

May 5, 2016

Generations Vol. 40, No. 1 – American Society on Aging

Broadly examines the issue of securing person-centered care in a shifting eldercare landscape. The authors write that the challenge facing the U.S. long-term care system is to design and promote models of efficient, person-centered care coordination that maximize both quality of care and value for consumers. The article is part of the Spring 2016 issue of Generations, which is devoted entirely to “America’s Eldercare Workforce.”

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Contributing Authors
Young, Heather M., and Elena O. Siegel
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