Care Perspectives, Inc.

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Care Perspectives, Inc.
1503 South Main Street
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Phone: 908-859-8500
Fax: 908-859-5151

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Gail E. Amor Rader founded the Care Perspectives, Inc. in 1991.

Gail E. Amor Rader began her consulting career in 1986 as a consultant to both the New Jersey State Department of Health Nursing Home Licensure Reform Project and the New Jersey State Department of Human Services. She went on to found Care Perspectives in 1991. A Gerontological Nurse Practitioner, and a Certified Assisted Living Administrator, Ms. Rader has worked in and studied long-term care in nursing homes, continuing care retirement communities, and assisted living residences locally, nationally, and internationally. Ms. Rader and her team of experts have also provided consultation and management services to Adult Medical Daycare Programs, Home Health Agencies, and Facilities for the Developmentally Disabled.

The Care Perspectives team comprised of experts in long-term care and assisted living operations, position clients for the future by empowerment of residents, families, and staff through education and training - the hallmark of services. CPI has provided consulting services to state government agencies in the development of both nursing home and assisted living regulations and is recognized as long-term care experts by state and federal government agencies.

CPI associates work closely with both proprietary and non-profit professional organizations through involvement on committees and sub-committees. They actively participate in the development of regulatory changes through comments and committee work, and then work with clients to implement new systems and programs. CPI clients are always on the cutting edge of all new industry developments. CPI assists long-term care facilities and agencies to not only meet, but to exceed regulatory requirements.

CPI care protocols and clinical and administrative policies provide a roadmap to quality of care and life for long-term care residents and their staff. The CPI participatory management style is rooted in intensive education and a dedication to continuous quality improvement in services and operations in long-term care and home care settings. CPI associates also work with health care facilities and agencies in preparation for JCAHO accreditation and re-accreditation.

In the Home Health arena CPI has assisted agencies with both survey and certification surveys and has provided total clinical and financial interim management services. CPI has developed and implemented home care training programs and developed clinical and administrative policy and procedure manuals. CPI has also assisted facilities for the developmentally disabled with regulatory compliance.

The CPI team is a very versatile group of highly educated individuals dedicated to quality of care and quality of life.