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recently underwent a rebranding process that they dubbed "True North."
As part of the rebranding, an interdepartmental innovations team was
established. In this video, Rosey, one of the participants on the team,
explains her role in the process.
A community benefit
framework for long-term care, assisted and independent living facilities,
housing programs and other non-acute providers across the continuum.
This is a simplified, 6-step assessment process reviewed and
supported by the LeadingAge Commission on Ethics in Aging
The LeadingAge Commission on
Ethics in Aging Services was established in 1987, and has produced a number of
white papers, articles, etc. over time. This document serves as a listing of
such works from 1987 to 2007.
Released by the
Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2009, this article seeks to assist
organizations in assessing factors that have potential impact on moral conduct
and in promoting internal ethical practice.