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HEALTHCARE IN ASSISTED LIVING OF THE FACILITIES RESPONDING TO THE ALFA STUDY.

                       HEALTHCARE IN ASSISTED LIVING
                    OF THE FACILITIES RESPONDING TO THE
                              ALFA STUDY, THE
                    FOLLOWING PROVIDED MEDICAL SERVICES

NURSING SERVICES
INCLUDED IN DAILY RATE    44.2%
PROVIDED AT EXTRA CHRAGE  44.1%
NOT PROVIDED              11.7%
WELLNESS ACTIVITIES
INCLUDED IN DAILY RATE    71.9%
PROVIDED AT EXTRA CHARGE  26.8%
NOT PROVIDED               1.3%
MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION
INCLUDED IN DAILY RATE    55.9%
PROVIDED AT EXTRA CHARGE  39.8%
NOT PROVIDED               4.3%
INCONTINENCE CARE
INCLUDED IN DAILY RATE    43.8%
PROVIDED AT EXTRA CHARGE  51.7%
NOT PROVIDED               4.5%


Source: ALPA, Assisted Living 1999, An Overview
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Publication:Contemporary Long Term Care
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 1999
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