Long-term care: Settings

February 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Feb2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p34
The article discusses the long-term care settings in health care facilities in the U.S. It included nursing facilities that provided comprehensive medical care specifically to older patients with impaired ability to perform daily activities. Other institutions are rehabilitation hospitals, assisted living facilities, home healthcare agencies and adult day-care centers.


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