2 edition of Dignity, independence, and cost effectiveness found in the catalog.
Dignity, independence, and cost effectiveness
United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Aging. Subcommittee on Housing and Consumer Interests.
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O. in Washington
Written in English
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|Pagination||iii, 269 p. :|
|Number of Pages||269|
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Get this from a library. Dignity, independence, and cost effectiveness: the success of the Congregate Housing Services Program: hearing before the Subcommittee on Housing and Consumer Interests of the Select Committee on Aging, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, first session, J [United States.
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Dignity, independence, and cost-effectiveness [microform]: the success of the Congregate Housing Services Program: a report / By United States. Congress. House. Select Committee Dignity Aging. Subcommittee on Housing and Consumer Interests.
Abstract "Comm. pub. ""December "At head of title: Committee Microfiche Accession. A nice book discussing the central importance of dignity in human interaction, relationships, and communication. Hicks is one of the first researchers to work on the concept of dignity and its psychological imperative for international conflict and conflict resolution, both on the individual and the community level/5.
Client Dignity, Independence & Rights. After completing this module you will: Understand clients’ rights and how to maintain client’s independence and dignity. Instructions: This is a self-study lesson that you can complete at your own pace.
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It is suggested that the utilitarian approach to euthanasia works against the patient's individual advantage and is a corrupting influence in the relationship between the physician and society. Dignity for the individual patient is not easily achieved by Cited by: 3.
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We are all Born Free by Amnesty International. About the basics of human dignity as elaborated in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
They valued this sense of independence and often expressed disdain for people who did not opt out. Rejection of the system is how they held onto their dignity, made claims about their right to belong (and thus not to be abandoned), “claiming experience on [their] own terms” (Biehl,p. ): “I refuse to be treated that way,” one Cited by: Free Online Library: Dignity as a value in agency cost-benefit analysis.(Introduction through III.
The Existing Terrain, p. ) by "Yale Law Journal"; Administrative procedure Methods Cost benefit analysis Analysis Laws, regulations and rules Models Valuation Human dignity Social costs.
7 Engaging Patients, Families, and Communities In JuneAlvin, a terminally ill patient with end-stage pulmonary fibrosis, was hospitalized for pneumonia. His doctor, a specialist in lung disease at a top academic medical center, gave Alvin percent oxygen and powerful antibiotics and steroids, but his condition quickly by: 1.
Dignity Therapy is a brief, empirically supported, individualized psychotherapy designed to address legacy needs among patients at the end of life. To date, this psychotherapy has not been implemented in a “real-world” community-based hospice setting. A future study could evaluate the overall cost effectiveness of this treatment Cited by: Health Ethics, Equity and Human Dignity 5 Human dignity is considered along with human rights to be inherent, inalienable and universal.
While important dignity-related health impacts may include such problems as the poor health status of indigenous peoples, a coherent framework of human dignity violations in the field of health is lacking.
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In an incremental cost-effectiveness plane, this can be identified as the proportion of cost-effect pairs that fall below a specific cost-effectiveness threshold (as described above). The CEAC is then constructed by quantifying and plotting the decision uncertainty for a range of values of the cost-effectiveness threshold (λ).
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and support people to develop ‘life story books’ Identify areas where people’s independence is being undermined in the service and look for ways to redress the balance. Work to develop local advocacy services and raise awareness of them.
Introduction. Many adults want to grow old in their own homes (age in place) as opposed to a community living arrangement, but there are challenges to independent living for healthy older adults as well as those who are populations require innovative solutions to the problems of maintaining independence, dignity and home care, and assisted living technologies (ALTs) may play Cited by: Leads transformational initiatives that support the organization’s goals in order to enhance quality clinical outcomes, improve resident safety, establish organization-wide leading practices, and improve the cost-effectiveness of care using effective change management and project management skills and .AGING WITH DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE The face of American society is changing with people living longer than ever before.
Yet right now our nation lacks a system of care and support that enables older adults to age with dignity, independence, and choice in the face of increasing health and daily needs.
Vulnerable older adults.