Guest Columns: Exploring culture change

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One long-term care facility in central New York is taking culture change seriously--and may serve as a model for the movement. For more, go to  http://www.mcknights.com/Facility-looks-to-culture-change-to-enhance-residents-quality-of-life/article/115750/.
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