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Managed Community Long-Term Care in Texas: Planning for the 21st Century

Managed Community Long-Term Care in Texas: Planning for the 21st Century

Project directed by Jacqueline S. Angel

Every year the number of Texans facing long-term care decisions, which include the need for medical, social, and personal care services, is growing significantly. The chief objective of this research project is to develop a consumer awareness interactive tool that enables families to explore ways to make long-term care choices that best fit their needs and desires.

This interactive tool consists of four basic elements: a questionnaire for long-term care decision-making that identifies the user's needs and preferences for care services, a scoring algorithm for the questionnaire, a set of profile types that categorize the user's needs and preferences for care services based on their responses to the questionnaire, and a set of scripts that provide pertinent information related to the types of needs and preferences they have indicated.

Policy Research Project Reports Series No. 122
1997 / 8.5" x 11" / 163 pp.
ISBN-10: 0-89940-732-3
Publication Code (PR-122)

 

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