Boot Camp Helps Alzheimer’s, Dementia Caregivers Take Care of Themselves, Too
Doctors and researchers increasingly recognize that caring for people with dementia compromises the physical and mental health of the caregivers. (Anna Gorman/Kaiser Health News)

Blue Cross Blue Shield Association Taps Lyft for Nationwide Ride-Sharing Program
From cost and coverage to time and convenience, there are many factors that can hinder healthcare access. And for an estimated 3.6 million Americans, the main obstacle in getting to their medical appointments involves an engine and a set of wheels. (Heather Mack/Mobi Health News)

Health Care? Daughters Know All About It
As Washington debates the relative merits of Obamacare or Trumpcare, many families have already come up with what is arguably the most reliable form of care in America: It’s called daughter care. (Roni Caryn Rabin/New York Times)

Language Barriers in Home Health Put Patient Outcomes at Risk
A lack of diverse language skills among the homecare workforce is putting patients with limited English proficiency at risk, according to a recent study. (Amy Baxter/Home Health Care News)

Medicare Advantage Patients Less Likely to Use Post-Acute Care
Medicare Advantage patients use fewer post-acute care services following hospital discharge compared to traditional Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries, according to recently released analysis from Avalere. (Tamara Rosin/Becker's Hospital Review)