Long-Term Care Quality: Facing the Challenges of an Aging Population
March 6, 2001
As our population ages, and the need for long-term care services grows, issues surrounding the quality of care, as well as the quality of life, will become increasingly important. Based on a recent GIH Issue Dialogue, this Issue Focus explores ways in which grantmakers can partner with policymakers, health care professionals, advocacy groups, and patients and their families to improve the quality of long-term care.
Issue Focus 3-6-2001 — 71KB