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Family perspectives on end-of-life care at the last place of care.
CONTEXT Over the past century, nursing homes and hospitals increasingly have become the site of death, yet no national studies have examined the adequacy or quality of end-of-life care inExpand
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Culture change practice in U.S. Nursing homes: prevalence and variation by state medicaid reimbursement policies.
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY To estimate the prevalence of culture change practice in U.S. nursing homes (NHs) and examine how state Medicaid policies may be associated with this prevalence. DESIGN ANDExpand
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Gradual Electronic Health Record Implementation: New Insights on Physician and Patient Adaptation
PURPOSE Although there is significant interest in implementation of electronic health records (EHRs), limited data have been published in the United States about how physicians, staff, and patientsExpand
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End of Life in Nursing Homes: Experiences and Policy Recommendations
The AARP Public Policy Institute, formed in 1985, is part of the Policy and Strategy group at AARP. One of the missions of the Institute is to foster research and analysis on public policy issues ofExpand
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Computers in the examination room and the electronic health record: physicians' perceived impact on clinical encounters before and after full installation and implementation.
PURPOSE We compared physicians' self-reported attitudes and behaviours regarding electronic health record (EHR) use before and after installation of computers in patient examination rooms andExpand
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Why and How Do Nursing Homes Implement Culture Change Practices? Insights From Qualitative Interviews in a Mixed Methods Study
To understand the process of instituting culture change (CC) practices in nursing homes (NHs). NH Directors of Nursing (DONs) and Administrators (NHAs) at 4,149 United States NHs were surveyed aboutExpand
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Family perspectives on end-of-life care experiences in nursing homes.
PURPOSE The purpose of this study is to expand knowledge regarding end-of-life care received in nursing homes through the use of narrative interviews with family members close to the decedents. Expand
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Does the Introduction of Nursing Home Culture Change Practices Improve Quality?
To understand whether nursing home (NH) introduction of culture change practices is associated with improved quality.
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Physicians “Missing in Action”: Family Perspectives on Physician and Staffing Problems in End‐of‐Life Care in the Nursing Home
Objectives: To understand the roles of physicians and staff in nursing homes in relation to end‐of‐life care through narrative interviews with family members close to a decedent.
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Reducing Hospital Readmissions Through Preferred Networks Of Skilled Nursing Facilities.
Establishing preferred provider networks of skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) is one approach hospital administrators are using to reduce excess thirty-day readmissions and avoid Medicare penaltiesExpand
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