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October 11, 1991 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-11

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Come Celebrate

tients. This could mean ad-
ding more structured ac-
tivities like wheelchair
aerobics and painting
clinics, they said.
"We became too focused on
the organization and not
focused enough on patient
care," Mr. Schlussel said. "If
we change our model, that
will equal less ad-
ministrative time and could
result in fewer costs."
Consultants said the Home
needs to concentrate on a
team approach, which would
include retraining nurses
who now work as gen-
eralists. In addition, a
separate unit for short-term
Medicare patients might
help maximize reim-
bursements, the consultants
Mr. Schon said he will pro-
vide the report, which was
given orally by Mr. Halperin
last week to the Home's
board of directors, to the
Home's professional staff for
review as early as this week.
He said the professionals
will decide the most effective
way to cut administrative
costs and improve services.
Meanwhile, Mr. Schon
said the Home is proceeding
with plans to move Borman
and Prentis into a new,
state-of-the-art facility at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Campus.
"Planning and progress for
the new facility is still ongo-
ing," Mr. Schlussel said.
"The move is a totally
separate issue. The process
of operation will be pivotal
in the old and new
Added Mr. Schon, "The
residents come first. We will
put them in place and then
we will put a building
around them."


"""H NEWS immm°

At 5 Million

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Boosted
by mass immigration from
the Soviet Union, Israel's
population grew more in
5751 than in any single Jew-
ish year in the last four
The population was
estimated by the Central
Bureau of Statistics to have
reached 5 million by Rosh
Hashanah, including 4.1
million Jews, 695,000
Moslems, 120,000 Chris-
tians and 85,000 Druse.
The Jewish population
rose last year by 256,000,
about 85 percent of them
new immigrants, mainly
from the Soviet Union and
those from Ethiopia.


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and you

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