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Top Stressors of Working Caregivers…And How Employers Can Help

As a New York Times article recently noted, the best healthcare insurance in the U.S. might be “daughter care.” That is: having a healthy daughter who can tend to your needs in older age. The Times article built upon research on dementia caregiving published in the journal JAMA Neurology, which said, “The best... Read More

by Lakelyn Hogan in Care Coordination, Care Givers

Solving Healthcare for the Sandwich Generation

If only the decisions facing the Sandwich Generation were as simple as “do you want mayo or mustard on that?” Instead, millions between the ages of 40 and 59 are finding that their lives are wedged tightly between the hard choices associated with taking care of elderly parents and supporting both their minor and grown... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Care Coordination, Healthcare IT, Care Givers