Physicians said that the practice of narrative medicine changed how they framed patient decisions and helped them to guide seniors toward appropriate care.
Income, race and insurance status play an outsized role in whether a patient’s care preferences are taken into account by providers, according to a survey of 36,000 led in part by LeadingAge.
An attempt to encourage reduced use of anticholinergics failed to win the attention of physicians and patients, according to a new study.
By any standard, assisted living and skilled care operators are taking care of customers who need more help.
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