Next steps for achieving person-centered care in nursing homes.

@article{Simmons2014NextSF,
  title={Next steps for achieving person-centered care in nursing homes.},
  author={Sandra F. Simmons and Anna Rahman},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Directors Association},
  year={2014},
  volume={15 9},
  pages={
          615-9
        }
}
To what extent are nursing home residents’ preferences for daily care and recreational activities being met? In their article in this issue of the Journal, Van Haitsma and colleagues report on the development and pilot evaluation of an Excel-based toolkit designed to help nursing homes address this question.1 It is an important question for nursing homes to both ask and answer, especially in light of recent emphasis on person-centered care (PCC) and culture change in longterm care settings. PCC… CONTINUE READING
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