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Increasingly, nursing homes are responsible for both the long-term management of patients with multiple complex and chronic illnesses, and the care of these individuals at the end of life. Although they did not own a home, he had sufficient cash in the bank, several CDs and a host of blue chip stocks. Changes to looks for: -State regs updated to 2011. Point-of-care solutions often help with speed and eliminate the need for double entry.

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Publisher: Springer Publishing Company (January 1997)

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