Alan needed to get to the hospital. He had heart disease and he wasn’t doing well. His trip wasn’t urgent, but necessary. When the driver arrived at the house in Florida to pick Alan up, he was promptly met at the door by Alan’s wife. She... Continue Reading We Understand Families
Thoughtfulness and assistance go a long way. Continue Reading Making Longer Lives Less of a Struggle
Shawna had mother-to-be concerns no new mother should have to experience. She was in her last trimester and nearing the end of her pregnancy, however, she did not have a car seat for her baby to travel in for expected medical follow up... Continue Reading Filling in Gaps When Needed. There’s Always a Way.
Most of us know someone touched by depression. It is a tricky and often brutal illness for patients and their families. While it may be the most widely known mental illness, depression is just one of about 400 mental illnesses defined by... Continue Reading We Have to Do Better When It Comes to Mental Health Care in America
Medicaid and the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (ABD): Innovations Help Meet the Evolving Requirements of High-Need, Low-Income Americans
Low-income elderly and disabled Americans are among the most vulnerable patients within the health care system. With specialized medical needs and limited income, this population, identified as the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (ABD) under... Continue Reading Medicaid and the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (ABD): Innovations Help Meet the Evolving Requirements of High-Need, Low-Income Americans