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Baby Boomers are Big – in more ways than one.

February 22, 2013


One of the challenges for health care providers these days is helping patients to help themselves. The success or failure of the transformation currently under way in our field hinges to a large degree on empowering individuals to take more responsibility for their health and for their health care. A couple of studies have come out […]

Aging at home doesn’t need to be a pipe dream.

January 2, 2013


We envision a world where patients experience the safest, high quality care where ever they are served.  Join us in discussing family care giving and resources available to you at Caregiver Junction. When asked, 80 to 90 percent of older people say they want to remain in their own homes as long as possible. Most […]

Coming reimbursement changes for hospital performance

May 8, 2012


If you have not heard about the changes coming in Medicare reimbursements to hospitals.  The changes are significant and could severely impact hospitals that do not demonstrate the delivery of quality care to their patients.  Hospitals are concerned, and  they should be but these changes should positively impact the patients experience both in the hospital […]