post-acute care preparedness in a covid-19 world

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Post-Acute Preparedness in a COVID-19 World 3 inconsistencies suggest the need to approach non-hospital resources systemically locally and from a public health perspective Given the ongoing risk of inundation at hospitals with the concomitant demand to identify alternate settings of care for non-infectious patients displaced by COVID-19 patients public health professionals should be


28 04 2020Post-Acute Care Preparedness in a COVID-19 World Tumlinson A(1) Altman W(2) Glaudemans J(3) Gleckman H(4) Grabowski DC(5) Author information: (1)CEO ATI Advisory (2)Massachusetts Former Chief Strategy Officer Kindred (3)Senior Advisor ATI Advisory (4)The Urban Institute (5)Harvard Medical School PMID: 32343366

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Thus nursing and long-term care facilities should stay up-to-date with and follow all local state and federal administrative guidelines to prevent and contain the spread of COVID 19 After the long-term care facility outbreak in Washington the CDC prepared a report reflecting on what happened why it happened and what the implications are for public health in long-term care facilities

Post‐Acute Care Preparedness in a COVID ‐19 World

Post‐Acute Care Preparedness in a COVID ‐19 World Anne Tumlinson Ma William Altman Jon Glaudemans Howard Gleckman David C Grabowski Published: 21 May 2020 by Wiley in Journal of the American Geriatrics Society Journal of the American Geriatrics Society Volume 68 pp 1150-1154 doi:10 1111/jgs 16519 Publisher Website PubMed Google Scholar Keywords: Skilled Nursing

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID

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Telehealth for global emergencies: Implications for

Telehealth for global emergencies: Implications for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) Anthony C Smith Emma Thomas Centaine L Snoswell Helen Haydon Ateev Mehrotra Jane Clemensen and Liam J Caffery Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2020 26: 5 309-313 Download Citation If you have the appropriate software installed you can download article citation data to the citation manager of

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How To Prepare for Coronavirus (COVID

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Tumlinson A Altman W Glaudemans J Gleckman H Grabowski DC Post-acute care preparedness in a COVID-19 world J Am Geriatr Soc 28 Apr 2020 doi: 10 1111/jgs 16519 [Epub ahead of print] Werner RM Hoffman AK Coe NB Long-term care policy after Covid-19 — solving the nursing home crisis N Engl J Med 2020 May 27 doi: 10 1056

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Postacute Care Preparedness for COVID

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ATI Advisory (ATI) is a DC-based advisory services firm that helps business and government leaders transform care delivery for frail older adults and their families Our work breaks down the public and private sector barriers that prevent innovative solutions to silo-ed broken systems across acute post-acute and long-term services and supports ATI conducts research develops new ideas and

Preparedness and Unpreparedness

Table of Contents Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics | COVID-19 White Paper 15 01 Introduction 4 02 Military Preparedness 6 03 Medical Preparedness 8 04 Public Health Preparedness 13 05 Unpreparedness for a Medical Surge 18 06 Policy Considerations 22 07 References 27 3 Acknowledgements: The authors thank Michael Murphy and Eric Rosenbach for their feedback on this

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As COVID-19 daily mortality figures peak and begin to decline in many parts of America more attention is being turned to the post-acute care that a high percentage of COVID-19 survivors will need While data on COVID-19 patients requiring post-acute care are limited Medicare data suggest that about 30 percent of the patients recovering from sepsis which has an inpatient mortality rate


Global Economic Policy Reactions to COVID-19 29th May 2020 Countries across the globe are changing economic policy to respond to the COVID-19 crisis Today's emergency response will specifically impact the world's aged and how people will age in the future For example the International Monetary Fund reports that in Jordan as of March

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