Wednesday, June 27, 2018

NCAL Policy Brief: Innovative Regulatory and Quality Programs for Assisted Living Communities

Lilly Hummel

The National Center for Assisted Living has published a policy brief with three case studies of state efforts to embrace quality measurement and improvement through collaboration for assisted living. The brief demonstrates the importance of partnership between states, assisted living providers and quality experts to improve care. It also emphasizes how quality programs can be integral to effectively targeting limited state resources for oversight. The brief outlines programs from the Wisconsin Coalition for Collaborative Excellence in Assisted Living, New Jersey’s Advanced Standing, and the new Oregon initiative to advance quality measures for assisted living, residential care and memory care communities.

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