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Nursing Home Administration

8th Edition, Michael Mileski, Rebecca McClay, 0826148468, 978-0826148469, 978-0826148476, 9780826148469, 9780826148476, B09QPKGRZX

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English | 2023 | Original PDF | 8 MB | 689 Pages

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Now in its eighth edition, Nursing Home Administration remains the authoritative textbook detailing the nursing facility  administrator role, what they do, how they think, and how they lead. By  breaking down the art of administration into its basic, need-to-know  tasks―forecasting, planning, organizing, staffing, directing,  controlling quality, innovating, and marketing―this text provides the  essential context for managing and leading nursing homes and skilled  nursing facilities. Thoroughly updated to include the four domains of  practice as put forth by the National Association of Long-Term Care  Administrator Boards (NAB) for 2022 licensure examination and beyond,  this textbook is complete with essential context for the domains and  associated competencies to better prepare students for the required NAB  examination.

With revised sections addressing new  federal regulations and laws affecting the field, best practices in  residential care, and refreshed examples and cases, this text continues  to set students up for success in working as a nursing facility  administrator. Updated sections address changes within the residential  care continuum, provide further information on patient-driven payment  models and value-based care, and inform current practices for marketing  and controlling quality within the long-term care facility. Chapter  boxes reflect common pitfalls in practice while real-life case studies  and critical thinking exercises, including a "What Do I Do Now?" section  that concludes all chapters, encourage students to consider challenges  they may experience in the field. In addition to updated domains of  practice―care, services, and supports; operations; environmental and  quality; and leadership and strategy―the book describes how core  components fit together.

New to the Eighth Edition:

  • Includes  the updated 2022 domains of practice as they relate to the licensing  examination standards of the National Association of Long-Term Care  Administrator Boards (NAB)
  • Replete  with information on new federal laws, requirements, and regulations  including links to important resources such as the Minimum Data Set 3.0
  • Provides insight into the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has and will create for managing a long-term care facility
  • Introduces  Common Pitfalls in Practice sections and "What Do I Do Now?" boxes in  each chapter, designed to spark critical thinking and discussion
  • Updated figures, tables, and references throughout

Key Features:

  • Provides an in-depth discussion of nursing facility administration
  • Utilizes  current data of nursing facility administration and skilled nursing  care within the context of the larger long-term care field
  • Case  studies throughout the textbook address real-world situations and  experiences for administrators and managers in nursing facility  administration and skilled nursing care