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  • Timely topic given the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the U.S. and the continuing growth of the U.S. elderly population.
  • Provides a balanced analysis of the challenges and benefits inherent in change management processes.
  • Contributes to understanding culture change at both the organizational and field levels.
  • Focus on organizational/managerial level implementation.
  • Unable to incorporate individual-level implementation like worker/resident interactions or decision-making.

Person-Centered Care: The Culture Change Movement in Long Term Care

This e-case tells the story of the culture change movement in the long term care field. It follows the progression of this movement among advocates, regulators, and nursing home operators and then explores its impact on and implications for the long-term care field overall and the individual organizations that operate within it. Cover Photo Credit: GYpix3243_grandma, Greg Younger, Flickr
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