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Paul Willging Says...

May 1, 2004  | 
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PAUL WILLGING says...With 'aging in place,' honesty pays  Seven months ago I wrote in this space about "aging in place," a concept that both defines

Will Congress Take the Year Off?

May 1, 2004  | 
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BY RICHARD L. PECK, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF  It's not as though the needs have gone away, it's just that if long-term care is looking for any help from

The Assisted Living Workgroup-One Year Later

April 1, 2004  | 
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THE ASSISTED LIVING WORKGROUPOne Year LaterBY RICHARD L. PECK, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF It was a report-writing project of a scope seldom seen in Washington's

Paul Willging Says...

March 1, 2004  | 
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PAUL WILLGING SAYS...'Culture' is more than just Beethoven  The success of a seniors housing and care community is as much a function of the

Paul Willging Says...

February 1, 2004  | 
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PAUL WILLING SAYS...Long-Term Care Needs to Change Its Focus  Is today's lack of marketplace resonance for facility-based long-term care simply a

Paul Willging Says...

January 1, 2004  | 
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PAUL WILLING SAYS...Corporate Compliance Isn't Just 'More Government'BY PAUL R. WILLGING, PHD There are those who see corporate compliance as just

The Promise, Practice, and Problems of the Eden Alternative

December 1, 2003  | 
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The Promise, Practice, and Problems of the Eden AlternativeOne facility's learning experienceBY BETHANY G. SAMPSELL It is estimated that 76 million

Pioneering Culture Change

October 1, 2003  | 
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The Pioneer Network shares its approach to creating culture change in long-term care by Susan Misiorski, RN, BSN Across the nation, a growing number

Insights in Aged-Care Policy From "Down Under," Part 2

August 1, 2001  | 
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Insights in Aged-Care Policy From "Down Under," Part 2 Prospective payment and quality monitoring-a different gameBy Robert Greenwood In a previous

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