America’s 75 million aging adults soon will face decisions about where and how to live as they age. Current options for long-term care, including nursing homes and assisted-living facilities, are costly and require seniors to move from place to place. Quality of care in nursing homes has long been under scrutiny by the public and government regulators. Under this microscope, how can nurses improve quality of care in nursing homes?
Rantz, M. (2016). Aging in Place: critical for seniors to remain independent. Population Health News, 3(6), 1, 5.View the PDF