Long-term Care Culture Change to Reduce Hospitalizations Using Person-Centered Care
Webinar: Nov. 14, 12 - 1 p.m. MT
Hosted by the Colorado Health Care Association
Hospitalizations can be a detriment to long-term care residents, impacting their quality of life and resulting in earlier mortality, immobility or cognitive decline. Assisted living must think about addressing both acute and chronic care while remaining a social model. Now is the time to seek out partnerships with other providers to provide distance monitoring to support the care provided in assisted living so residents can be cared for and not unnecessarily transferred to the hospital. These interventions can be person-centered and individualized.
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