Financial aspects of adult day care: national survey results.
Zelman, William M
Date of Pub
Elston, Jennifer M; Weissert, William G
Using data from a national survey of adult day care centers, it was found that a typical center had revenues of approximately
$140,000 and expenses that were slightly higher. Most of the revenue was from Federal sources, with Medicaid being the largest
single source. The median cost per participant day was $29.50, over one-half of which was attributable to labor expenses.
To the extent that adult day care programs can better utilize their capacity, considerable savings could be made in cost per
Adult : Costs and Cost Analysis/statistics & numerical data : Data Collection : Day Care/economics/organization & administration
: Financing, Government/statistics & numerical data : Financing, Organized/statistics & numerical data : Food Services/economics
: Human : Income/statistics & numerical data : Models, Theoretical : Organizational Affiliation/statistics & numerical data
: Personnel Staffing and Scheduling/economics : Sampling Studies : Support, Non-U.S. Gov't : Transportation of Patients/economics