Long-Term Care

by Laura Randa King

Publisher: University Press of America
Publication Date: Wednesday, December 29, 1999
Number of Pages: 96
ISBN: 0761815589


Book Summary:
This reader-friendly and insightful work provides a broad definition of long-term care as it relates to the role of major players including, among others, nurses, physicians, and medical directors. Laura Randa King discusses the key long-term care customers such as consultant and provider pharmacists, and then presents the influences of everyone from buying groups to medical directors. "Long-Term Care" embarks upon a frank discussion of changing patient needs including geriatric concerns and rising expenditures, and poses an in-depth analysis of current legislation and policy issues of quality, cost, and accessibility as they impact the long-term market. It is a useful text for nursing and medical students, managed care organizations, and pharmaceutical companies among others.


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