Long-term care: Patient issues

January 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Jan2007, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p32
The article focuses on the concept of long-term care. The article also provides an in-depth definition of the concept. Caregiver issues, funding sources, categories of long-term care patients, special prescribing considerations and medication treatment safeguards used in the long-term care setting are also discussed.


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