In today's changing health care, the core issue of why we do what we do is being obscured by new rules, new guidance, new models and more demands for increased economies, efficiency and accountability. A recovery focus to all care is the assurance of both quality in outcomes and in the involvement of our communities in designing in measuring the care provided. This presentation will define what a recovery focused model is, how to build it in your work or community and how that in turn will safeguard the interests of the person, family and community beyond any other approach in these times of limited resources and reform. Suggested guiding measures of recovery for individuals, agencies and communities will be offered.
By the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to:
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