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Long Term Health and Dementia Care Demands Focused Improvement

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The Dementia Whisperer

The Dementia Whisperer


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Our entire healthcare systems are in the midst of changes in the manner by which care is delivered and paid for.  Dementia care is exploding as the fastest growing silent pandemic of our time, placing this smack-dap in the center of this healthcare crises. Significant shifts focusing on the value and impact care provides over merely paying for services (without emphasis on effectiveness) are changing the healthcare landscape. Still, the medical community,  professional care providers and informal caregivers struggle to meet the continuing needs of those with dementia symptoms as well as their primary family caregivers due to a profound lack of dementia awareness.                        

Tune in to hear our special guest, Rick Ingraham, as he and the Dementia Whisperer discuss solutions to this healthcare conundrum that is compounded when the patient is elderly or a resident within the long term care environment. Without changes there can be no innovation, collaboration or compromise.  Driving improvements in healthcare, as well as dementia care delivery, efficacy and efficiency demands nothing less.  

Rick Ingraham is a leader in health industry insights & analytics and leverages his 35+ years of health leadership experience  to improve healthcare and manage cost. Call in and join the discussion that will push the boundaries of our thinking to arrive at actionable game plans for success. 

This is a live call in talk show-call in as and join us as we engage in a thought provoking hour about improving the dementia care experience from a healthcare perspective.

It's easy to call us-just pick up the phone and dial 929-477-1393 or go to blogtalkradio.com/thedementiawhispererlive Join us in the chat box

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