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The value of long-term care in Ohio : public dollars and private dedications
This report provides estimates of the number of older people in Ohio who received long-term care in 1999 and identifies: 1) Whether they are receiving formal care: a) in an institution; b) in the community; or c) ...
Common Sense for Caring Organizations: Results from a Study of High-Performing Home Care Agencies and Nursing Homes
This study reports on results of a qualitative study of 21 high-performing Ohio nursing homes and home care agencies. The study focused on best practices for managing their direct care workforce to achieve high performance. ...
Common Sense for Caring Organizations: Results from a Study of High-Performing Home Care Agencies and Nursing Homes--Research Brief
This research brief provides highlights from the full report on a study of high-performing home care agencies and nursing homes.
A ten year retrospective look at Ohio's long-term care system
Over the past ten years the state has experienced a continued shift in the way older Ohioans receive long-term care. More older people are receiving long-term care in their own homes and in assisted living facilities. ...