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Synonyms for care

a cause of distress or anxiety

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

to have an objection

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care for: to have the care and supervision of

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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

an anxious feeling

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a cause for feeling concern

attention and management implying responsibility for safety

prefer or wish to do something

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be concerned with

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In light of this extraordinary cultural belief, the strategic next steps that long-term care takes, at every entry point along its market spectrum, will either ensure or handicap its future.
(AIDS is now considered a chronic disease requiring long-term care.)
The physicians can view data at no charge." Physicians do pay for some subscription-based services, such as "interfacing with their practice management systems, electronic pre-scribing, etc." He adds, "We've focused on what physicians need day to day, but we haven't forgotten about long-term care or nursing homes." Indeed, he believes nursing homes will find participation in the network useful and meaningful.
The Center for Long-Term Care Financing is starting a campaign to build bridges of communication and cooperation between these critical groups.
Consumers, providers, policy makers, and elected officials working together can ensure that we all have the opportunity to afford the long-term care setting of our choice.
According to Aegis's Clark, a basic inspiration for the program has been the growth in respect and acceptance for customer-centered best practices in successful companies outside long-term care--the Nordstroms, Starbucks, Disneys, and Ritz-Carltons of the world--and the readiness of long-term care to follow suit.
Vinyl seating has been a mainstay of long-term care facilities because it's easy to clean and stands up to wear.
The group insurance unit is looking into combining products, such as individual variable universal life with long-term care, and is considering expanding recordkeeping services for employers.
To address the extreme nursing shortages that exist today and are predicted for the future, long-term care facilities must develop innovative strategies to sustain a quality workforce.
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.
A review of the "Long Term Care General Liability and Professional Liability 2004 Actuarial Analysis" by Aon Risk Consultants, Inc., could easily persuade people in the long-term care field to believe their nursing homes have no chance of being anything other than "targets of opportunity," relative to litigation.
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