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Does information matter? Competition, quality, and the impact of nursing home report cards.
Predictors of nursing home residents' time to hospitalization.
Assisted living expansion and the market for nursing home care.
Nursing home report cards.
Nursing home ownership trends and their impacts on quality of care: a study using detailed ownership data from Texas.
Nursing home admissions and long-stay conversions among persons with and without serious mental illness.
Hospitalization of nursing home residents: the effects of states' Medicaid payment and bed-hold policies.
Trends in unionization of nursing homes.
The market for long-term care services.
Trends in mental health admissions to nursing homes, 1999-2005.
The quality of advanced dementia care in the nursing home: the role of special care units.
Medicaid payment rates, case-mix reimbursement, and nursing home staffing--1996-2004.
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Creating and supporting a mixed methods health services research team.
Who are the innovators? Nursing homes implementing culture change.
Culture change and nursing home quality of care.
Use of telemedicine can reduce hospitalizations of nursing home residents and generate savings for medicare.
Intended and unintended consequences of minimum staffing standards for nursing homes.
The Impact of Certificate-of-Need Laws on Nursing Home and Home Health Care Expenditures.
Do Nursing Home Chain Size and Proprietary Status Affect Experiences With Care?
A Methodology to Identify a Cohort of Medicare Beneficiaries Residing in Large Assisted Living Facilities Using Administrative Data.
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