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an institution where people are cared for

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The project adapted AHRQ's Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program (CUSP) for use in long-term care facilities. Data from nursing homes in 38 states were included in the new analysis.
Long-term care facilities provide a range of medical and non-medical services to individuals who need assistance with activities of daily living due to disability or chronic illness.
dialysis centers, some of which are long-term care facilities.
To demystify the scientific method, know that it is already used in everyday life and in many activities within long-term care facilities. When trying to determine why your printer will not print (problem), you look for a reason (hypothesis).
* ensure the co-ordination of community services provided by multi-service agencies with those services offered by hospitals, long-term care facilities, mental health services, health care professionals and social service agencies, and to promote a continuum of health and social services.
The promise of better care and better quality of life to the hundreds of thousands of residents living in long-term care facilities from the application of telehealth shouldn't be viewed as some sort of slippery slope from which to steer clear.
Since 2009, the Government of Saskatchewan has invested more than $200 million toward the replacement of 13 long-term care facilities across the province.
Long-term care facilities have developed many unique and rewarding programs for residents, their families, and the community.
Montreal -- The Quebec Division of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, responding to a television documentary on chronic care, says long-term care facilities are not appropriate places for adults with chronic diseases to live.
Infection and colonization by antimicrobial-resistant organisms, in particular those producing plasmid-mediated extended-spectrum [beta]-lactamases (ESBL), are common in long-term care facilities (4).
Managing fever in residents of long-term care facilities can be problematic.
The government will also target funding to continue enhancements to long-term care facilities and home care programs for seniors.
Vinyl seating has been a mainstay of long-term care facilities because it's easy to clean and stands up to wear.
Increasingly, outbreaks of invasive GAS are recognized in long-term care facilities (5-10).
Law firms deride so-called "expectations-management" programs in place at many long-term care facilities, asserting that the intent of such programs is to lower the families' expectations about the care their loved ones will receive.
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