HomeSafe: Supportive assistance for elderly individuals through a nurse-managed planJournal of gerontological nursing
NLM Title AbbreviationJ Gerontol Nurs
AbstractA lack of quality, cost-effective alternatives to nursing home care for community-dwelling older adults exists. The evidence suggests that case management provides quality care in a cost-efficient manner to help older adults remain at home safely and as independently as possible. This article describes HomeSafe, a nurse-managed membership plan that assists older individuals to enhance their health and quality of life, and to age in place in their homes and communities. HomeSafe serves as an innovative model of care and a teaching site for undergraduate and graduate nursing students and nursing faculty at The University of Iowa.
- Case Management,
- Community Health Nursing/organization & administration,
- Geriatric Nursing/organization & administration,
- Nurse's Role,
- Patient Care Team,
- Program Evaluation,
- Progressive Patient Care,
- United States
Published Article/Book CitationJournal of gerontological nursing, 31:4 (2005) pp.5-11.
Citation InformationDeborah P. Schoenfelder, Meridean Maas and Janet K. Specht. "HomeSafe: Supportive assistance for elderly individuals through a nurse-managed plan" Journal of gerontological nursing Vol. 31 Iss. 4 (2005) p. 5 - 11 ISSN: 0098-9134
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