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The National Association for Home Care & Hospice Announces the Completion of The BlackBerry Report - a Comprehensive Study on Technology and Home Care

10/14/2009

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Association for Home Care &
Hospice (NAHC) today announced the completion of The BlackBerry® Report: The
National State of the Home Care Industry Study. The study, conducted to
provide insights into essential advances and reforms in the delivery of home
health care services, is intended to help providers of these crucial services
prepare for pending overall health care reform.

Classifying caregiver portals is a challenge

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Who are we kidding -- our houses aren't the enemy, we are

Denial of need, current and future, has been a recurring theme lately.  We have a push to get people out of nursing homes and into independent living, we have boomers who want (mostly) to age in their own homes, generally in the suburbs.

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