Case Study | The Impact of Community Support on Quality of Home-Based Care

As healthcare evolves, non-clinical care provided by informal caregivers is gaining overdue recognition.

Caring for a patient at home demands time, attention, and resources, and deeply impacts a patient’s Social Determinants of Health (SDOH), which can influence health outcomes up to 50%.

Download our case study which explores the strength of informal care teams and how, by leveraging technology, we provide tangible and comprehensive support to caregivers, ultimately enhancing outcomes for their care recipients.

Key Takeaways:
  • Friends, neighbors, and family provide essential assistance to caregivers, helping with household chores and lightening their load

  • Informal caregivers dedicate an average of 37.4 hours per week to home-based care, crucial for those who wish to age in their homes.
  • The ianacare solution facilitates seamless exchanges of assistance among caregivers and their communities.

A new model of support designed for working family caregivers

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