Resources to Improve Management of Complex Residents in Skilled Nursing

December 10, 2013    |   By: Calevir

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s “Web M & M” this month addresses the challenge of managing increasingly complex residents in skilled nursing facilities.   In addition to a general discussion, the article includes a table (Page 4) outlining some of the most significant issues, along with strategies and resources to address those.  Here is a link to the article.    Among the tools:   TeamSTEPPS and workforce development using programs such as Just Culture, both offered by CPS for Missouri LTC organizations.


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