Nursing Home Administration: Fourth Edition

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Springer Publishing Company, 2003 - 614 lappuses

This highly readable and successful new edition contains the knowledge essential to prepare for licensure and employment as a nursing home administrator. The author uses the format of the licensing examination and the guidelines of the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators as the basis for this text. The new edition contains updated or new material on: the use of computer networks and client server architecture; theories of aging; major organizations in long term care with website addresses ; the use of restraints; extensive data from the first ever national federal database on nursing facilities deficiency patterns from 1993-1999; first time information on the number of special care beds; new total nursing hour per resident day data; percent of chain-owned and hospital-owned nursing facilities; percent of residents with dementia; and more!

In conjunction with its supplement, The Licensing Exam Review Guide for Nursing Home Administration, this text has helped thousands of students become licensed nursing home administrators.

 

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Saturs

Preparing Financial Statements
235
Over the Facility
258
the Nursing Home Population
514
Observations on a Career
587
Index
601
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James E. Allen, PhD, MSPH, NHA, IP, is an associate professor of Health Policy and Administration Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and president of LongTermCareEducation.com, a national resource website for information on the long-term care field. He has 30-plus years of experience in teaching and conducting research in the field of health care administration. He taught courses at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in long-term care administration, medical ethics, and the organization and financing of health care delivery in the United States. He has provided legal consultation in long-term care litigation matters across 10 states.

The website www.longtermcareedu.com (or www.ltce.com) provides more than 500 pages of state-by-state, up-to-date information on such subjects as:

Becoming a nursing home administrator

Becoming an assisted living administrator

Exploring a career in long-term care

Contacting the state licensing authority in each state

Enrolling in college programs in each state

Obtaining key publications in the long-term care field

Getting continuing education units.

Dr. Allen can be reached via e-mail through the website, or directly at jeallen@mindspring.com or jamesallen@unc.edu, or via phone (1-929-815-0387) or fax (1-919-953-6825). Continuing education units for both nursing home and assisted living administrators are also available through the website (www.LongTermCareEducation.com).

Additional resources from Springer Publishing Company are available to persons preparing to become long-term care administrators :

Nursing Home Federal Requirements and Guidelines to Surveyors , Eighth Edition: A user-friendly rendering of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services nursing home inspection requirements.

Nursing Home Administration , Seventh Edition: The definitive textbook of essential knowledge for obtaining licensure and employment as a nursing home administrator.

Visit www.springerpub.com for more information

James E. Allen, PhD, MSPH, NHA, IP, is an associate professor of Health Policy and Administration Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and president of LongTermCareEducation.com, a national resource website for information on the long-term care field. He has 30-plus years of experience in teaching and conducting research in the field of health care administration. He taught courses at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in long-term care administration, medical ethics, and the organization and financing of health care delivery in the United States. He has provided legal consultation in long-term care litigation matters across 10 states.

The website www.longtermcareedu.com (or www.ltce.com) provides more than 500 pages of state-by-state, up-to-date information on such subjects as:

Becoming a nursing home administrator

Becoming an assisted living administrator

Exploring a career in long-term care

Contacting the state licensing authority in each state

Enrolling in college programs in each state

Obtaining key publications in the long-term care field

Getting continuing education units.

Dr. Allen can be reached via e-mail through the website, or directly at jeallen@mindspring.com or jamesallen@unc.edu, or via phone (1-929-815-0387) or fax (1-919-953-6825). Continuing education units for both nursing home and assisted living administrators are also available through the website (www.LongTermCareEducation.com).

Additional resources from Springer Publishing Company are available to persons preparing to become long-term care administrators:

Nursing Home Federal Requirements and Guidelines to Surveyors, Eighth Edition: A user-friendly rendering of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services nursing home inspection requirements.

Nursing Home Administration, Seventh Edition: The definitive textbook of essential knowledge for obtaining licensure and employment as a nursing home administrator.

Visit www.springerpub.com for more information

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