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Product Information Linking payment to long-term care quality: Can direct care staffing measures build the foundation?

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This paper describes how quality indicators may be useful in determining service provider reimbursement levels. It proposes that DSP retention may be the best indicator to use.

 Author(s): Lipson, Debra J.

Published in:2005

 Geographic Area Served: Everywhere
Product information last verified: 11/24/2014
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