Promising Practices in Long Term Care Systems Reform: Common Factors of Systems Change
12/22/2004 | 660 Requests *
Medstat identified common factors of system change in a six-page brief, based on a review of organization transformation literature and, more importantly, the experiences of eight state long-term support systems that were the subject of a series of case studies on comprehensive system reform.
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Real Choice Systems Change; Organizational Change; Medicaid; Human Services; Evidence-Based Practice; Stakeholder Involvement; Single Access Points; Person-Centered Services; State Agency Leadership; System Reform Case Studies; Organization Transformation Literature; COMP
Long-Term Care, Sustainability
Policy alerts, briefs, letters & papers, Promising practices, Reports
Truven Health Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters)
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