Webinar Recap: Building Caregiver Training Curriculums – Unlocking the Full Potential of the Family Care Teams for Dementia PatientsWebinar Recap: Building Caregiver Training Curriculums –
Caregivers provide an average of 37.4 hours of care per week, with little to no training, performing tasks such as medication management, nutrition and hydration, tube & IV support, and more.
Instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) encompass the essential skills required for maintaining autonomy and quality of life. For most, behind every IADL is the guiding hand of a caregiver, who are often overlooked and forgotten.
Family caregivers play a crucial role in advance care planning, leveraging their intimate understanding of the patient’s situation to guide the process effectively.
Without training, caregivers are currently taking on decision-making during critical moments, adherence to care plans, managing medication regimens, and tracking important symptoms and side effects.
As CMS GUIDE Program Deadline Approaches, Patient & Caregiver Engagement Platform ianacare Offers Option for Providers to Comply with Infrastructure Requirements
Patient and Caregiver engagement support platform ianacare is offering a solution for providers that will allow them to meet the infrastructure requirements in time for the July 2024 implementation date
In partnership with Pearl Health, we brought together an expert panel to discuss the intricacies and value of the program.
In the evolving landscape of healthcare, the role of caregivers is integral to the success of care plans for aging seniors, especially when it comes to ADLs.
CMS is driving an innovative leap in healthcare with its GUIDE program. For providers interested in participating, it will be essential to stay in the know on key dates CMS has outlined.
Earlier this year, CMS announced the GUIDE model, or “Guiding an Improved Dementia Experience” model. Learn more about this approach to care delivery that prioritizes care coordination and caregiver support.
More than 5 years into this journey, we know one thing is certain: recognition is critical and a first step, but we can’t stop there.