Stability and sensitivity of nursing home quality indicators.

@article{Rantz2004StabilityAS,
  title={Stability and sensitivity of nursing home quality indicators.},
  author={Marilyn J. Rantz and Lanis Hicks and Gregory F. Petroski and Richard W. Madsen and David R. Mehr and Vicki S. Conn and Mary Zwygart-Staffacher and Meridean L. Maas},
  journal={The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences},
  year={2004},
  volume={59 1},
  pages={
          79-82
        }
}
HE issues of stability and sensitivity of indicators toactually detect differences in quality of care in nursingfacilities are not only of concern to researchers, but alsoto public policy makers, who are reporting indicators toproviders and now to consumers. Our research team at theUniversityofMissouri-Columbiarecentlycompletedastudyof 92 randomly selected nursing homes with a range ofquality. Quality of care measurement was based ona statewide analysis of 23 quality indicators (QIs… CONTINUE READING

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