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Type: Researcher Study
Title: Nontraditional staffing models in long-term care
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Nontraditional staffing models in long-term care
Regardless of the primary care model used in the long-term care facility, each of the three approaches offers quality care improvement and greater consistency for residents at reduced costs. Of the three, an all licensed nursing staff model could best meet the higher acuity levels of residents and the disintegrating availability of qualified nursing assistants. If nurses are unable to "sell" this model to administration, it may be helpful to pilot the concept in on one unit for a period of time and compare resident, family, and staff satisfaction with that of a similar unit. Also, it is critical to compare the financial implications, including cost per resident per day and rate of staff turnover, to weigh the model's effectiveness. This small sampling of five facilities indicates the average cost per resident per day is $10 less when using either the primary team or all licensed staff models than in facilities of comparable size. Hospitals have already passed the time when they have had to work smarter, leaner, and more efficiently. Can long-term care facilities afford not to do the same?
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Keywords: Geriatric Nursing
Nurses' Aides organization and administration
Nursing, Team organization and administration
Primary Nursing Care organization and administration
Long Term Care organization and administration
Models, Nursing
Nursing Staff organization and administration
Personnel Staffing and Scheduling organization and administration
Repository Posting Date: 28-Oct-2011
Date of Publication: 17-Oct-2011
Appears in Collections: [Legacy Collection] Varied Submissions (Research Study Abstracts)

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