The LeadingAge Center for Applied Research (CFAR) is partnering with the Francis E. Parker Memorial Home on an extensive new study -- the Parker Nursing Home Project -- to assess the effects of person-centered care on nursing home residents.
The symposium is a blend of futuristic discussion and collaborative idea generation developed through shared leadership principles designed to foster ground-breaking discoveries for solving the complex problems facing senior health and wellness.
The LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) has updated its telehealth selection portfolio with 6 new products added to the online selection tool and product matrix, in addition to a new interactive guide.
The Retirement Research Foundation has awarded LeadingAge’s Center for Applied Research (CFAR) a $149,776 grant to evaluate Kansas’ Medicaid pay-for-performance incentive to facilitate the adoption of “culture change” in the state’s 340 nursing homes. The 18-month CFAR project, which begins July 15, will be one of a very few large-scale analyses of the potential benefits of adopting culture change.
CAST has updated its Medication Management portfolio with an expanded product and vendor matrix and 4 additional case studies for 2015. These free tools are designed to help long-term and post-acute care provider organizations identify and select the medication management technology solutions that best fit their needs.