Help for the Helpers

Mintz, Suzanne
October 2011
PN;Oct2011, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p25
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's insights on the identification of family caregivers based from their interaction with the healthcare system. The author says that identification of family caregivers is important in order for healthcare system to provide patient- and family-centered care. Moreover, she discusses various steps, which can be use by healthcare industry to ensure that they provide a long-term assistance to family caregiver.


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