Characteristics of nursing home residents, health status, and care received; national nursing home survey, United States, May-December 1977
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Characteristics of nursing home residents, health status, and care received; national nursing home survey, United States, May-December 1977

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    Data are presented on utilization and health status characteristics of nursing home residents by major demographic characteristics, such as age, sex, and race or ethnicity. Utilization characteristics include length of stay since admission, primary reason for care, prior living arrangements, and primary source of payment. Health status characteristics include primary diagnosis at last examination, chronic conditions and impairments, functional status, sensory impairments, and behavioral problems. Data on the care received by residents are also examined; the variables include level of nursing care, medications, physician care, therapy, and other health services. Variables are examined from two perspectives: the health status of the resident and service characteristics of the facility.
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    [Esther Hing]. Includes bibliographical references.
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    7245624
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