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MDS 3.0 for Nursing Homes and Swing Bed Providers

The MDS is a powerful tool for implementing standardized assessment and for facilitating care management in nursing homes (NHs) and non-critical access hospital swing beds (SBs). Its content has implications for residents, families, providers, researchers, and policymakers, all of whom have expressed concerns about the reliability, validity, and relevance of MDS 2.0. Some argue that because MDS 2.0 fails to include items that rely on direct resident interview, it fails to obtain critical information and effectively disenfranchises many residents from the assessment process. In addition, many users and government agencies have expressed concerns about MDS 2.0 data quality and validity. Other stakeholders contend that items used in other care settings should be included to improve communication across providers.
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National Partnership to Improve Dementia Care in Nursing Homes

What’s New? Since the launch of the National Partnership, significant reductions in the prevalence of antipsychotic use in long-stay nursing home residents have been documented.  The National Partnership continues to work with state coalitions and nursing homes to reduce that rate even further.  Recently, CMS established new national goals for reducing the use of antipsychotic medications in long-stay nursing home residents by 25 percent by the end of 2015, and 30 percent by the end of 2016.  These goals build on the progress made to date and express the Partnership’s commitment to continue this important effort.  
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Georgia State List: Nursing Homes

For the convenience of the public, care providers are listed on this page to show services available in a particular area. We cannot verify the business practice or the background of providers listed on this page. As a result, we do not provide contact information. Members of the Georgia Care Planning Council, listed on this site, have agreed to abide by a code of ethics. If you wish to contact a member of the Georgia Care Planning Council regarding any of the eldercare services listed on this page, please fill out the form below and a council member will contact you. Please be aware that your information may be shared with other members of the Care Planning Council who might be able to help you as well.
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Indiana State List: Nursing Homes

For the convenience of the public, care providers are listed on this page to show services available in a particular area. We cannot verify the business practice or the background of providers listed on this page. As a result, we do not provide contact information. Members of the Indiana Care Planning Council, listed on this site, have agreed to abide by a code of ethics. If you wish to contact a member of the Indiana Care Planning Council regarding any of the eldercare services listed on this page, please fill out the form below and a council member will contact you. Please be aware that your information may be shared with other members of the Care Planning Council who might be able to help you as well.
Source: careindiana.org

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