Abstract| Volume 23, ISSUE 3, PB14, March 2022

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What Gets Measured Matters: Introducing a Culture Change Tracking Tool to Capture Person-Centered Care and Quality of Life Progress for QAPI Initiatives

      Altarum’s Center for Eldercare Improvement has developed a tool to track progress within a 3-year comprehensive culture change training and implementation initiative in 6 Michigan nursing homes. The Systems Change Tracking Tool based on the Holistic Approach to Transformational Change (HATCh) model, has 6 domains: Care Practices, Workplace Practices, Environment, Family/Community/Activities, Leadership and Stakeholders. The SCTT captures changes in facility practices over time, providing data about resident quality of life (QOL) that inform Quality Assurance Performance Improvement Program (QAPI) Performance Improvement Projects (PIPs).
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